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Jun 04 2015

Dripthat Social App For Travel

As you already may know, over the past year I have been quite the social media addict. On any given day I am active on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook but I also use another platform that you might not be familiar with. Dripthat is a new social app that enables you to combine video and photos into “drips” which can be shared instantly with your friends or the public and also over a stretched amount of time. This might sound a little bizarre, but I have been testing this new app over the past week and I must say that it holds a lot of potential with its unique way of social media sharing.

Dripthat was pretty easy to set up on my iPhone. Installing it from the app store and creating an account was simple and only took me a few minutes.

The interface is clean and colorful, your feed shows up as soon as you open the app in a gallery format which lists the drips from you friends and the people you are following. All of your account options are shown across the bottom of the app so you can easily manage your account and view any recent Likes or shares.

Since dripthat has the option to post photos over a long period of time, I was able to spread out many photos from a recent trip to Myanmar so that they would post one every few minutes. This created a storytelling effect as each photo lead to the next which allowed for better viewer engagement and less information overload.

I’ll most likely be using dripthat for some upcoming hotel reviews to give updates as I explore and test the hotel grounds. Dripthat is definitely an exciting new social app that allows for a unique method of sharing travel photos and experiences. If you’re looking to share a cool experience or trip then you should “dripthat”!

Download dripthat from the app store here!

Be sure to check out the drip of my Myanmar trip and many great others on dripthat!

Follow them on Twitter and Facebook for updates!

This information is on behalf of dripthat.

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Eric left Washington, D.C. to travel the world starting with Chiang Mai, Thailand. He enjoys peaty scotch, long walks on the beach (or up mountains) and most sports or activities with potential risk of injury or death.

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