New App Called Gripps Promises to Change Social Media

The world of social media sees new apps enter the market all of the time. A recent social media startup that was built by students has just been released....

The world of social media sees new apps enter the market all of the time. A recent social media startup that was built by students has just been released. This app is called Gripp and promises to offer an entirely new social app experience. Sudbury.com reports that Gripp was founded by Calvin Henderson, Angele Scott, and Nico Mercier. Each of these founders has helped to build Gripp in hopes of expanding how people use social media.

People using Gripp have the chance to create visual stories. What makes Gripp stand out is how people can view posts or visuals stories you post. Gripp allows people to view content in real time or through the eyes of another person. The technology behind Gripp becomes more apparent when thought of on a larger scale.

For example, if people attending a concert are using Gripp, there are thousands of viewpoints recording a single moment. The creators of Gripp are ensuring that recordings are able to be grouped to provide an experience offering many different viewpoints. Gripp users that create recordings and speak about the event contribute to said event’s story.

The creators of Gripp are hoping that many people create wonderful stories within this new app. Gripp certainly has a lot of competition in the world of social media. App Store users have been able to download Gripp since August 24th. Android users will have to wait until the end of September to enjoy Gripp.

In summary, there is a new app that hopes to revolutionize social media. This app is called Gripp and it offers recording and viewing of events in an entirely new way. Users of social media programs have previously had access to video recording technology. What makes Gripp different is that this app allows for the recording and viewing of events connected by viewpoints that create a story. This app hopes to bring a more integrated approach to how content is viewed on social media.

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