August 3, 2014 in Entertainment (F)
[prMac.com] Shibuya, Japan - Trabal, an app developer based in Tokyo, is pleased to release a video discovery for iPhone app Sharetter. Sharetter is for whom enjoy online videos in their spare time. The app collects YouTube videos that people should not miss. Users can find funny or amazing videos from the latest ones, or dig videos randomly, with themes such as "Funny", "Cute", "Skillful", and more. Sharetter is available on the App Store for free now.
Dig, watch, share. Sharetter in a video seeker/player. It has two modes, "Latest" and "Random". By "Latest", Sharetter introduces picked up videos. By "Random", Sharetter introduces videos randomly with 8 genres (details are below). Its Twitter account also introduces videos.
* Latest - Collect hot videos shared on SNS or elsewhere
* Random - Collect videos in 8 Genres. "Famous", "Funny", "Cute", "Skillful", "Amazing", "Moving", "Dangerous", "Fearful"
* Check history of your sharing in the app (the share history itself is not to be published)
* Famous - 6 sec Vine, short movie, famous people Youtube videos
* Funny - Laughable videos
* Cute - Animals like cat, dog heal us
* Skillful - Street performance, or sports like basketball, baseball, football, soccer show unlimited human capabilities
* Amazing - Spice of your life
* Moving - Emotional videos you may watch with tears
* Dangerous - Thrill of joy
* Fearful - Scary videos
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 8.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Sharetter, find free video you want to share 2.1.0 free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
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