The way we share our special moments with loved ones has changed tremendously. Instead of a four-page handwritten letter with hard copy photographs arriving once a year, we can simply upload photos on social media for instant sharing. However, scrolling back through those individual posts to take in the whole experience is not so easy. Those posts are like snapshots but sometimes you want the whole story. For this, there’s dripthat.
Storytelling with Dripthat
dripthat allows you to collect those snapshots into one “drip” that can be share publicly or privately. You can even re-arrange your photos or videos to make your story more comprehensive. How nice it would be to follow your friend’s DIY project in one easy spot?!
There’s also the option of setting up how often items are posted to build anticipation. You could “drip” little clues from your road trip every so many days so viewers can guess where you’re headed. Or, share random parts of your car before revealing what model you actually got. There’s no limit to what stories you can tell using this free iOS app.
How to Use Free iOS App Dripthat
As the app is brand new and even in beta mode, I’ve only been able to use it a little bit. The process was easy.
- Choose photo folder
- Select the photos to use
- Tap and hold thumbnails in the bottom bar to move the order
- Add a name for your drip and an optional description
- Choose which contacts you’d like to privately share with or opt to share publicly
- Select time increment to share photos (all at once or every so many minutes, hours, days, or weeks)
I have to admit that it was pretty fun to make a Drip of our last trip to Sequoia National Park. It makes me want to plan another trip there soon! I’m not quite sure how to share a link to the drip here so if you want to see my drips, follow me on DripThat. My username is cookiesandclogs.
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So, what will you drip next?
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