New free photo messaging app captures and records user reactions to photo messages
NEW YORK, Dec. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Michael Tanski, a lifelong technologist, and Peter Allegretti, the accidental tech entrepreneur, have yet to take over the world, but Doctored Apps (their mobile app idea lab) has successfully taken over an 800-square-foot office space in upstate New York, has launched several startups and won over the hearts of many wealthy tech enthusiasts. Their latest venture, Dumbstruck, brings the power of human emotion to the digital realm. The messaging app captures and records user reactions to photo messages.
Dumbstruck is quicker, simpler and quite honestly, more fun to use than other messaging apps. Take a photo, add up to two lines of caption and hit "send." As the receiver opens the message, their reaction is recorded, sent back to you and deleted after 24 hours. Priceless reactions can be shared on Facebook and Twitter or simply saved for your own viewing pleasure. Capture and share emotions and experiences in the palm of your hand! A revolution in technology and shared experience, Dumbstruck bridges the gap between offline and online communication.
Capture a bizarre encounter on your morning commute? Trying to make your friends envious of a recent splurge? Want to cheer up a co-worker? Share your moments, watch your friends react and make an authentic emotional connection via Dumbstruck. Unlike other mobile messaging applications, Dumbstruck creates a unique conversation. See the elation of your friends as you share a photo of your newest pet, hear the laughter after you send a funny photo. A multidimensional sharing experience at your fingertips, Dumbstruck is available for free download in the App Store. Follow them on everything you need to know in 140 characters or less on Twitter, give them a like on Facebook or see Dumbstruck Fans reactions right on Instagram.