For social media junkies, life doesn’t have to stop for a status update or tweet.
If you waited for your life to slow down that much, your last status update would be “Happy Thanksgiving,” “Merry Christmas,” or “Happy New Year.” When else do you find enough time in your work, social, and family-packed schedules to sit down at the computer just to post a new Facebook status or tweet about what you’re working on?
Even if you did have some extra time, would you really have enough time to update your social media platforms one by one? Is that really how you would want to spend your “free” time?
Facebook, Twitter, FourSquare, Tumblr, Flickr, YouTube; the list goes on. What about that blog your family and friends follow? Let’s face it; social media is a full-time job few of us have time for.
It can seem…well, overshadowing.
As social media becomes increasingly popular (and almost expected) for any person with a social life to use, Instagram offers an easy, quick, and convenient way to update multiple social media platforms at once. Maybe you’ve tried it by now.
If you haven’t here’s another one for you. LifeClip is another one of the latest social media innovations to hit the web. Recently launched, it could bring Instagram (now owned by Facebook) some competition. The weeks leading up to its launch certainly made me want to try it out.
If talk is any indication, users who might be getting tired of those same Instragram photo customizations also might be curious to see how creative they can get with LifeClip.
LifeClip allows you to edit the photos you upload by adding animations and text. Before you know it, you’ll realize social media just met PhotoShop.
Generation Y, commonly referred to as the “millennial” generation, is naturally drawn to visuals. As mobile technology continues to advance and millennials seek to establish their presence on global platforms, this could be your chance to get ahead even while you might feel as though you’re behind.