Timehop helps you celebrate the best moments of the past with your friends. It's like #tbt every day!
What were you doing a year ago today? Two years? Three years?
Tap through your old photos, videos, & posts from your iPhone, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & Swarm, and replay your past a day at a time.
- They say what's inside is what really counts, so most of these updates are on the ~inside~ so may not notice anything
- Watered the succulents
Ratings and Reviews
Love it, but I wish one small feature would come back!
I’ve used timehop every single day for over two years, and before that still used it almost every day with a couple of small breaks while traveling. The only thing I wish would come back is the ability to click on the part that shows how many likes and comments you had and see them pop up right there. It now takes you to the app (Facebook or IG) to view the post and see your comments and going back and forth between the two for every list of comments I want to see for that day gets to be a hassle and I don’t end up checking the commments at all now. But other than that I wouldn’t change a thing! I love the format and every update they make somehow makes the look even cooler. I like that you can even sync your iPhoto. I love the flashback video and the screen at the end with a new blurb every day and the fact that it lets you know how many days you’ve consecutively checked in with a banner for each year. Well done!
Most features you liked are gone
I'm sorry team, I know you are excited and you wanted to ship, but I don't think any users were asking for this update. At least not enough to outweigh the fact that many of the features that your users like and consider an important part of the app, are missing now. I know you'll be adding back some later, but as of right now it's frustrating that I can't do things I used to be able to, all for a design update that I honestly don't consider an upgrade. I don't care how hip my tweets look or that my photos are now in frames. I can't access my original tweets any longer or click on the links within them. I can't really scroll past large photo sets, or easily past whole years like I used to be able to. You put design over function and now your users are upset and potentially permanently lost. I know I'll keep using for a little while because I'm addicted to myself, but that won't last forever if every time I try to use the app, the features that I got the most utility out of aren't there, and the experience is negative each time instead. Did you survey your users about what mattered most to them? Did you look at metrics on what features were most used? Did you do any user testing with actual loyal users? Maybe you did all of this, but for someone who got this update out of the blue, I am both not happy and am passionate enough to write this, but how much I care for your app won't last long. --user since it was just a daily email back in 2012.
Is that possible to have a feature for deleting the photo?
I downloaded this app recently suggested by my boyfriend and I felt it was an awesome and fun app to check the memo everyday.
But I also noticed, me and I think for many other people in today, we are so used to just taking a picture for everything not only for something we really want to save, like just taking a pic for memorize something or sharing with friends in social app, but we are so lazy to revisit the pics in photos and remove them. So it ends up with we have many pics that we actually don’t want to keep.
I’m just wondering will it be nice to let the app have the functionality like a delete button for the picture, and the picture will be deleted from the photos app (the cellphone itself) too once use presses the delete button. That would be so convincing for users and which at least will even encourage me to use the app everyday to not only reviewing the pics but also as a chance to keep our album clean :D
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.