Over a year ago, a team of three Spanish developers worked on an app during their free time. After months of hard work, they finally released Beatter. It’s an app for mobile phones (but also comes with web format) to share pictures between a group of friends or people who were at an event together.
It might not seem very clear right now, but we’ll try to explain it as best as possible. You know when you go to an event and lots of people take pictures? Later on, you have to contect everyone who probably has pictures of you or the event in general so they can send them to you in order for you to see them. However, Beatter was made in order to avoid all of this fuss. All you have to do is make a group of all the people that will be taking pictures, and everyone uploads them there. You can even have your pictures upload directly to the cloud without having to open the app!
Of course, having your pictures uploaded here doesn’t mean that they’re public. Nobody can see them on social media unless someone actually uploads them there. It’s just a comfortable way to take pictures and share them with you you want to. So, as you can see, it’s not exactly a social network, but almost. There, we don’t think it can ever reach Instagram or Facebook’s level, although some people do think so. It doesn’t have the same features at all, so it’s pretty hard.