A Better Way To Share Photos With Family & Friends {New dripthat App} via @carinkilbyclark

A Better Way To Share Photos With Family & Friends {New dripthat App}

Since privacy was upended with the advent of social media sharing, one of the biggest concerns most of us have is how to control who sees our photos online.

While many sites have privacy settings, it can be cumbersome to implement the right mix of public vs. friends & family, and the rules are constantly changing.

That’s what makes this new iPhone app so exciting.

About dripthat…

dripthat is a new app that allows you to share photos and videos when you want ­­ all at once or over a specified time ­­ with who you want: the entire world or with private groups.

The new app dripthat is different from other social sharing platforms for two distinct reasons:

  1. You control the tempo in distributing your content. Specify minutes, hours, days, even weeks in which to ‘drip’ photos and videos.
  2. You control who gets to see it. Specify what can be seen by the entire world and what can be shared with a select few.



No more back-to-back posts…

I love the idea of spreading out your posts. Many times you posts a few, one after another, because you really want to share them and don’t want to forget to do it later.

But this means that your followers are seeing many posts at once, rather than over a period of time – dripthat is perfect for solving the too many shares at once challenge.

Leave over-sharing behind…

Many of us moms use social sharing sites to keep friends & family in the loop with what’s going on with the kiddies. But those updates aren’t for everyone.

Perhaps you have some professional associates, clients, or other acquaintances as friends/followers. And maybe you don’t want them to see all of your personal photos.

Having a tool like dripthat allows you to make sure only the people you want viewing those photos are able to see them.

You can control who can see your photos without having to fumble around with convoluted, ever-changing privacy settings and rules. It’s a true win-win for the online safety of life’s moments.

Go ahead and sign up for your dripthat account and don’t forget to follow me (carinkilbyclark) *wink*

Connect with dripthat…

The dripthat app is available for iPhone in the app store.

Follow dripthat on Facebook and Twitter to keep in touch and learn more about this great new app and its features.

I want to hear from you!

What do you think about this new app? Are you interested in having more control over who you share your photos with? Please leave me a comment below and let’s have a discussion.

This information is on behalf of dripthat.

Comments 56

  1. I never heard of this app before, but if it makes sharing pics with my people easier — I am all for it. THANKS! 🙂

  2. I like the idea, but I think it’s a burden on family members since they have to get another app on their phone and some aren’t even tech savvy. I’ve been using Shutterfly to share photos since you can make your site members only and most of my family use it.

  3. I love love pictures and always have. This app sounds great to have for several different reasons. Thanks so much for your review and I will definitely check it out.

  4. Privacy is key on the internet. I think more people should consider the implications of posting their children’s naked pictures online when considering the future ramifications when they start job searching.

  5. sounds like a very great app thanks for sharing this sounds awesome when you want to organize your pictures

  6. This looks like a great new photo app. I am the Queen of over sharing on social media and I
    m sure this would help with that. Thanks for the heads up!

  7. OMG, I love the way this works. I could definitely use this app on a daily basis. I have so much to share but I don’t want to be annoying to my friends and family lol.

  8. Girl, I have a friend that NEEDS this app. She is constantly posting back to back to back to, well you get it. I love her to death but it’s a little overwhelming and it’s all I see on my newsfeed!

  9. This app sounds like a great option for parents who don’t want to over share their children’s photos online. I try to be cautious but as a blogger there are quite a few photos of my children online.

  10. Wow there are so many apps now I can’t seem to keep up. I love when others share which ones are good and not good. This sounds perfect for me.

  11. This sounds like a great app. I am always worried about privacy whenever I am using an app. Thank you for sharing this.

  12. I love the idea of scheduling my pictures! I wish IG had that feature sooo I wouldnt have to overload with pic after pic. Sometimes we dont have time to incrementally post.

  13. That does sound like a cool app. I like that it gives you so much control over sharing photos. I don’t have a smart phone, but that would be an app to check out if I did!

  14. What a great idea! It does drive me crazy when I see 10 photos in a row on social media. I try not to do it, but sometimes it’s inevitable. This is a great solution!

  15. My phone has some kind of an app that I can share photos with family and friends. So far, I haven’t used it. I wonder if I might have this app already.

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