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#Snippit Photos of your friends from your last concert are scattered all over Facebook and Instagram. Get them all in one place. Track your photos with your friends, based off of events, and see how those moments come together.

#Context Photos of your friends from your last shared experience are scattered all over the web, on various profile pages and over different social media venues. Snippit aggregates them into one place and displays them in immersive photo albums called snips. Snips can be easily created, edited, and shared to bring disperate memories together into a relivable experience

#How to Use When users go to snippit.space, they will login with Facebook and be redirected to the main page where picture cards of tagged facebook photos will populate the view. Users can alter their experience with the transformation buttons on the top of the page. To change how the cards are visualized, they can click the cards to view a larger version of the picture, where they'll have the option to move between the individual photos. On the sidebar, users will find a list of all of their Facebook albums and Instagram photos. Users can mix and match photos from any of these albums and add them to Snips, which they can share with the given link.

When users go to snippit.space, they will login with Facebook and be redirected to the main page where picture cards of tagged facebook photos will populate the view. Users can alter their experience with the transformation buttons on the top of the page. To change how the cards are visualized, they can click the cards to view a larger version of the picture, where they'll have the option to move between the individual photos. On the sidebar, users will find a list of all of their Facebook albums and Instagram photos. Users can mix and match photos from any of these albums and add them to Snips, which they can share with the given link.

Visit the app today at http://snippit.space

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