With so many ways to connect us with old and new friends, it’s getting difficult for people to choose whether they want to use Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Skype, Facetime, Spotify... and the list continues (and at this point in time, it might not end).
With all the new developments in social media and marketing, tons of software is needed to access the many applications we use on a daily basis. The option of transferring these operations into a cloud-based infrastructure is becoming more appealing for corporations who want to function from a single application, rather than a hundred different ones.
Following this same idea of combining and condensing, Digisocial Inc. has dedicated its efforts to iOS app development. With its new app, Digisocial, communicating through voices and images can be done in one place (app).
The new app can take photos or upload from any album and allow users to personalize each picture by recording and adding a HD voice memo. The photos and texts can be shared with friends via Facebook and Twitter, along with the Digisocial community.
The Digisocial community can also serve as a platform to meet new friends, connect with old friends, group chat, Voice Instant Message (VIM) and text with people worldwide.
With the birth of every new social media tool, the efficiency and quality are increasing, along with the expansion of communication opportunities. In order for these new apps to stand out from old timers like Facebook and Twitter, is to provide a feature that they don’t, like Digisocial’s voice activated photo-sharing.
For more information or to download the app, visit Digisocial.
Edited by Rich Steeves