Yahoo! has just rolled out a new
application for Nokia Series 60 handset owners that allows them to not only 2-click upload their cameraphone photos to
Flickr, but actually tag them with general location data for personal reference and providing viewers with context. The
ZoneTag app is a free download that runs in the background when your phone is in "camera" mode, and offers to
location-stamp and upload each photo upon capture, gathering the spatial info based on either coordinates from a
Bluetooth-paired GPS device or more commonly the unique ID from the cell tower that handled the data transfer. Yahoo!
has built an evolving database that relies on users manually tagging their stamped-photos with ZIP codes or GPS
coordinates to provide a correlation between tower IDs and real-world locations, so the service will get more accurate
over time. Privacy controls ensure that only those people whom you specify can view your photos, and only those shots
that you approve are location-stamped, so you can simply use the service for MMS-less pic-sharing if that's your thing.