Most of us enjoy sharing interesting content, funny videos, and awesome photos with our friends. An app called Riple not only lets you do that easily, but provides topic groups for you to be a part of so that you can view and share the content you really care about with others.
Riple has several built-in groups you can join to see and share content in categories like entertainment, sports, technology, and business. You can also quickly create your own group, make it public or private, and add members. This is handy if you and your pals like discussing certain TV shows, sports teams, or even world news. You can access your friends from Facebook, Twitter, or your contact list from within the app.
You can share pretty much any type of content on Riple including articles, photos, videos, and GIFs, so it’s quite flexible. And, each piece of content can be commented on, liked by others, or re-shared easily. The app lets you push content to your group directly from Safari, Chrome, Facebook, and Feedly and includes short useful instructions for how to do this. So, if you see something you want to share while using Chrome, for example, you can click to push it to your group without having to even open Riple.
The concept Riple has for sharing content reminds me of Facebook groups because those with a common interest can easily get together. With Riple groups you can meet someone new just by joining a public group, which is a nice option. The interface is simple to use, although a bit slow to load at times. But, overall it is a good app to check out.
Riple is available for free on the App Store with no in-app purchases and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.