Dripthat is a collection of drips which means an exclusive collection of photos or videos, shared how you want, when you want and with who you want.

Sounds familiar? Well yes. You may think that this is what social media sites do. True. But there is something different with this drip.

Ever had your photos and videos merged in one album? Bet not, right? Dripthat can do that. You can even spread out photos and videos throughout the day, week or month within a drip.

Currently, this app is only available for iOS devices. You cannot log in to their websites so you need to register from within the app. Not to worry. It is free after all.

You will then be sent a PIN through your mobile device in order for you to unlock the account and continue using dripthat.

Dripthat still has social media elements incorporated into its system. You can follow, send messages with your followers, post photos and videos and schedule them.

Creating a drip is easy. Simply choose a photo or video or groups of them and set a defined time on how long you want to spread them out.

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They also have a few filters on hand to enhance your desired resulting photo. I am sure more filters will be on their way. Crop, adjust and put on some effects. Your final photo will depend on your creative tastes.

And that’s it! Pretty easy and I like the fact that the app’s color theme is very soothing to the eyes.

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They also have a special section called Drip Worthy. These are drips where dripthat considers to be appropriate for general consumption.

All in all, the best dripthat feature that I like is that it enables me to share and receive moments in groups rather than one at a time.

The app is pretty tiny but it packs a slew of other features that make the viewing experience dripping good.

You should dripthat too and explore it!

This information is on behalf of dripthat.


Kickstarter is really a haven of new ideas. My first pledge was of the Muku Shuttr. After I watched the video, I knew I had to get one.

Muku Shuttr is the world’s slimmest remote camera control that is compatible for the iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S4/S3, Notes 2, LG Nexus 4. No app is needed to use this. Only bluetooth is required.

Other new phones may be on the works so this remote control can be compatible.

So what use can the Muku Shuttr give you? Doing selfie shots for example. You can just place the camera in front of you and do the pose that you want without the hassle of having to extend your arm just to take a good shot of yourself.

Muku Shuttr is designed to solve all these problem by resting in your keychain and allow you to take photo with yourself, your friends and your kids anytime you want.

Taking photos using the remote control is not just its only use. You can use it as a Powerpoint remote. Just pair up with you computer (Mac / Windows), switch the Shuttr to Android mode. And it works right the way.

This project had already been funded so if you want to get one yourself, you will have to go to their official site and purchase it there.

Here is my actual Muku Shuttr that I just received. It worked great when I tested it on a Samsung Galaxy S3 but this will be used by my wife’s iPhone device. The remote certainly worked well. It can even control the zoom in and zoom out features of the camera.

Make sure you place the back stand of your camera at the right place so you can get the perfect angle when you place your smartphone on any surface. Once everything is in place, let your trigger happy fingers do their thing ;).

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Arcsoft for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Okay, so Whip is a social photo app that is available as a free iPad app, including Android and Windows 8 devices. So what makes this app different from the rest?

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For one thing, it is free to begin with. Plus I like how quickly and easily I can blend many photos, video and music to make up my own storyline with just a few taps. I can put some comments in my album or add a song to it then see streams of likes and comments from my friends pour in.

Whip is for everybody, whether they want to share a cause they believe in, are really into their sport or simply like to show off their adventures. Showing off after all is 99% of the reason why people upload their photos to social networking sites.

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One of the best parts about using Whip is being able to interact with other Whip users directly within the app. I am sure you have used social networking sites before. You definitely will get the hang of using the app. I tried it in my Android device and it was a breeze using it.

If I was able to use it ease, I guarantee you should be able to as well.

Whip can simply use photos from other social networking sites like Facebook to be used in the app and combine them to make up your very own story.

If you have not downloaded the app, then it is time to do so now. Only a few more days till Christmas arrives so there will surely be a ton of photos that will be taken when it comes. Take pictures of the food, the times when you will exchange gifts with your families, anything that you can think of.

The Whip Social Album simply provides users with a gateway to collect, inpire and create their very own story from their photos.

Check out this video to find out more about what this app can do!

Whip Social Album for iPad from Whip Social Album on Vimeo.

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