Minimalistic social sharing, incognito pics, anonymous posting.
No registration, no sign in -- just open the app, start taking photos, and see what's posted by other people nearby today.
The most minimalistic social sharing possible, yet, it's the most relevant one as well. It's relevant in time and space. You only see what may potentially matter to you. You do not have to spend time and effort making connections, describing your profile etc. You just start using it.
The feed will always stay relevant for your location and time. If you see something you do not like -- just delete it, which will have an effect of drastically increasing the quality of the content for everyone, reducing the noise.
It works best for events, large and small. Wedding or celebration party, at a beach or a park, student at a campus, or a conference attendee, or a group of fans at a football game -- these all will benefit from WiSaw and will definitely make it a lot more fun.
There are 3 guiding principles WiSaw is built upon:
- Extreme simplicity
The "WiSaw" app has only 2 screens. The more complex the app gets, the easier it becomes for the business to manipulate the users behavior and the data they provide. We believe that "Less is More".
- Absolute privacy
It's achieved by never asking a user for any personal information (not even login). There is no data -- there is nothing to leak. All data we collect is short lived -- everything disappears from the system after short while -- again, this makes it difficult to leak the data which we do not have.
- Complete transparency (product)
To make a software product useful and interesting for the users, it does need to have access to some data. All data we collect is public. Everyone can see and do everything with it -- there are no special roles and permissions. We do not moderate any of the content the users upload -- we believe in the power of the community to do the right thing. If anyone finds some content to be offensive, they can simply delete it, which will also improve the quality of the data for everyone else.
- Complete transparency (company)
How do you know, we are not lying to you? Simple -- every line of code we write is published to the OpenSource repository in GitHub. Check it out: https://github.com/echowaves
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
I like to share photos and see world around me
I now take all my photos through the APP and they shared with the world. I can see other people’s photos and no login is needed.
Closer the picture taken, higher its location on the scroll. Simple and clean. Love it. Thank you.
Minimalistic is too long of a word for this app.
This app feels dead as it has no forward momentum. When browsing the photos, I have not a clue as to when they were uploaded. Today, within the past month, three months, or even years. Ditto on the comments. Some kind of timestamp should have been recorded. Expose it.
Along with the timestamp, this app takes advantage of location services. Send that information out as well as it must be stored for geo-relevancey. Unless the location based results are limited by the number of found photos vs. strictly the location, seeing photos that relate to my would be more engaging. As it is, I’m in Colorado and I
swear that my home screen was picking up from Washington State.
The ability to caption a photo on upload would encourage context.
While snapped images are the expected, being able to select an image from your phone’s image gallery seems like a no brainer. If I snapped a photo of Baby Karen, I’d have to take another photo and then upload it.
Discovery of What’s Nearby
Great way to see what’s happening in my local vicinity. Cool stuff I wouldn’t have seen or known otherwise potential
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.