Brian and I recently downloaded an app called dripthat to help us share photos more efficiently. The app feels a bit like a combination of Instagram and Dropbox at first, but what we have found is that it allows us to share many more photos of our daily adventures apart from one another than iPhone texting allows in one sitting.
dripthat allows you to create a “drip” which you can share publicly or privately (with a selected user), you can share those photos all at once or over time. The public sharing option works more like typical social media where you can browse and interact with people all over the world.
Dripthat is different from other social sharing platforms for two distinct reasons:
#1 – You control the tempo in distributing your content. Specify minutes, hours, days, even weeks in which to ‘drip’ photos and videos.
#2 – You control who gets to see it. Specify what can be seen by the entire world and what can be shared with a select few
Some other ways to use the app include:
● Chop up your kitchen tutorial videos into drips to avoid information overload and stay in touch with your followers
● Share food reviews and pictures of dishes in drips to keep followers interested and wanting to know more
● Story tell with a mash up of photos and videos that unfold over time, building anticipation for the conclusion great for staging your favorite recipe or dish.
We’re sure that you’ll find creative ways to use dripthat to capture and share moments, experiences and inspire your followers.
Get on the platform now to claim your name and ask your followers to follow you, and start creating!
You can find dripthat App in the iTunes app store!
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