thanks to @aboutfoursquare for a nice write up!
“Snapr offers a nice departure from the filter-centric nature of most photo-sharing apps. The Aviary editing tools are easy to use and sharing to foursquare is a breeze. Capture the Flag offers a slight diversion from other photo apps. The game aspect adds a little fun to something that’s normally fairly mundane. If I’m going to be sharing photos, I might as well have a little fun along the way, right?”
Cool.. Capture the Flag is up there on the Foursquare apps gallery :)
September 23, 2011 at 11:45am
“Capture the Flag lets your tribe lay claim to real world locations by sharing photos”
“Snapr fosters friendly competition, piques brand interest with photo-sharing game”
September 14, 2011 at 5:24am
Great article on Fueled!
“Snapr seems poised to redefine not just its own network but that of its competition as well.”
Massive turnout at the Photohackday in NYC!
Flatiron District, New York.
Super fun times!
Associate editors Lauren Indvik and Erica Swallow returned from an impromptu trip to Moscow, Russia on Tuesday. After finding a $400 round trip deal on Travelzoo, they recruited Rowan Wernham, founder of mobile photosharing service Snapr, to be their travel mate. The trio planned and documented the trip on the fly using a mix of paper guides, a shoddy Lonely Planet iPhone app, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram, Snapr, Tumblr and Facebook, among other social tools.
If you weren’t already jealous enough, you can see more photos from their journey on Erica’s Flickr page. Thanks to Rowan for the photo above, taken with CrossProcess.
What’s the best travel deal you’ve found online?