appy day: dripthat photo sharing app

by mari

Dripthat App - Photo Sharing App - Schedule your Photo Sharing | Small for Big

I know, we have too many social media tools already. At least, if one tries to do them all. I’m a big believer in picking the social media channels that fit you best – especially as a blogger where social media can make or break you. My favorites are the most visual ones: Pinterest and Instagram. That’s easy, because they both focus on images, and that’s kind of my jam.dripthatapp

Now, there’s a new app in town: Dripthat. It’s brand new, and I really love how it works. You create a “drip” or mini-album that can include multiple images, or one image, or a video, or a combination. You can choose to share that drip publicly, or privately – you can even create different groups for different kinds of drips (family, blogging friends, book group, whatever!). And what I find the most interesting: you can drip out the content within that drip over hours, or days.


From what I hear, reviewers love the time-release feature in Dripthat. It lets you share a bunch of photos without flooding people’s feed. It means less fatigue from friends and family when you share 20 photos of your dog – because you can drip those photos out slowly over a week, instead of over 5 minutes! And for sharing pics of the kids: what a no-brainer. Family can subscribe to see sweet reminders of their favorite little loved ones, without having to scroll through the 32 photos from Birdie’s dance recital in one fell swoop. Suddenly I don’t have to edit my photos down to just the one best version, I can share a set of them to really set the mood! Take a look at my Dripthat Smallforbig profile to see a couple of examples.

Next week I want to share another great way to use Dripthat – stay tuned, it’s a goodie for bloggers and creators especially!


A big thanks to the people at Dripthat for supporting this post. As always, all of the opinions are my own.

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