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Share Your Awesome Photos With Picchur

People love photos. We love taking them, sharing them, commenting on them, and (oh yeah) looking at them. With the invention of the camera phone, picturing taking and sharing became our favorite international pastime. Smartphones obviously took it to a whole new level and apps for taking and sharing photos exploded onto the scene.

 

 

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One such app is Picchur, which calls itself “a totally new way to share pictures with your friends and family.” They have a simple design that puts everything – incoming and outgoing feed, people who have liked your photos, and people who want to be your friend – on one screen.

 

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If you wanna make it look extra nice…

Throw a filter on top of it! This is something we’ve all learned over the past few years – high definition is for basically no one. A filter makes us all much, much more attractive and makes everything else a little bit magical.

 

And if your picture is not actually worth a thousand words and needs a little help explaining itself, Picchur also lets you attach text before you send the photo off to whomever your lucky recipient is.

 

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(Might I suggest captions such as, “Is this what a duck looks like?” for you selfie newbies or, “Most beautiful sunset EVER!” for the nature-loving enthusiasts among you.)

 

Its own social network.

Picchur also has a built-in social network that allows you to connect with fellow photographers and photo lovers around the world by following them, liking their photos, and requesting to be their friend. With Picchur, you can create your own curated photo experience while making new friends.

 

So, photophiles, if you feel like your current photo taking and sharing tools just aren’t making the cut, check out Picchur, even if it’s just to open yourself up to a whole new community of photographers. Picchur is currently available for FREE in the App Store.

 

Photo Credits

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Author : Emma McGowan

Emma is a proud native of Burlington, Vermont, who has lived in six different countries over the past two years. She's living and loving the global nomad life and writing about technology and startups everywhere she goes. Check out more of her writing about tech on (the more titillating stuff) KinkAndCode.. Follow her on Twitter @MissEmmaMcG.

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