Millennials React to "Reactr" The Friendly App That Shares Friends' Reactions
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When most people receive a funny picture from someone they laugh, send back a simple "LOL" text to the sender and move on. But the sender can never really see the recipient's emotion. They are only imagined through a text message.
Millennials are often on the forefront of this viral phenomenon with instant gratification. They constantly watch videos on YouTube and take "selfies" on Instagram, so it's only right that same luxury be applied when sending picture messages.
Furthermore, millennials are more connected to their generation through technology. So, Reactr is a great way for them to connect instantly.
With Reactr, young adults and teenagers can share photos and see reactions unfold, just like if they were there in person. It creates another way for people, of the "Dot Com" generation, to come together.
The app was conceived by Ash Gilpin, President of Eyepinch, Inc., to maximize the photo-sharing experience.
"There are many photo-sharing apps on the market, but Reactr is one of a kind. No other app captures someone's reaction. It really adds a new dimension to sharing photos and capturing priceless moments otherwise lost," said Gilpin.
The app is available for free on App Store and Google Play. Gilpin said that he and his team have been using this public beta version to collect valuable user feedback that has led to a newer version coming in February of 2014. The new version will allow users to send video messages, receive recorded reactions and share those memorable moments on social media sites.
Media Contact: Ash Gilpin, Eyepinch, Inc., 757-301-1498, firstname.lastname@example.org
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SOURCE Eyepinch, Inc.