Geared towards creative people and DIY enthusiasts alike, Snapguide provides hundreds of user-created guides on a wide range of topics including cooking, gardening, crafts, repairs, do-it-yourself projects, fashion tips, entertainment and more.
To create your own guide, snap photos and videos that describe each step of your project. From there, you’ll add captions by using voice-to-text or just type them in by hand. Once published, guides may be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+. The guides are also be available on the Snapguide website.
Whether you’re a backyard beekeeper, professional chef or gardener extraordinaire, Snapguide makes sharing projects with others easy and fun.
According to co-founder Daniel Raffel, who spoke with TechCrunch:
“eHow was a pioneer in publishing content online, but it is a lot of ‘evergreen’ [and impersonal] content. We want to be a place where people share what they’re passionate about …”
Sample guides include:
- How to Sous Vide Chicken at Home by Chef Rory Herrmann
- How to Make an Aerium by Flora Grubb Gardens
- How to Make Beeswax and Honey Lipbalm by Sara Paul Raffel
- How to Install a New Hard Drive in a Macbook Pro by David Ayman Shamma
- How to Make Irish Soda Bread by Steve Krulewitz
- How to Tie a Bowtie by Daniel Raffel
Snapguide looks like a lot of fun (and practical too), both for the reader and for those that publish the how-tos. Hopefully, it will gain a nice following so that many types of how-to guides become available.
Download Snapguide today in the App Store.