Every day, TriplePoint client AppGratis hand-picks an app that they think you ought to have. They feel strongly enough about the app to make it free for a day. We download and check out what’s on offer — because it’s free.
In the beginning, there were was social media in text form. People could say what they were thinking, or doing, or eating, and it was good. But then, there were those times when text wasn’t enough. “This cat is so cute, you wouldn’t believe it” just wasn’t effective enough to convey the adorability of a cat — and so we had the ability to publish photos on social media, and it was good. Now, a free social network is taking the next logical step: Keek is a network and mobile app that lets you immediately record, share, and have conversations around quick videos captured from your mobile devices.
Tap the record button, and you’ve got about 30 seconds and change to record your thoughts, the events around you, and possibly the cuteness of the nearest cat. That video is saved as one of your “Keeks” and published to a feed, and each video has its own conversational thread — and respondents can comment in video form, no less.
Keek is just a tap away on AppGratis today.