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A London-based start-up has created the “ultimate platform for debate” has developed a website and iPhone application which invites instant reactions to user submitted posts.
The Amirite social media platform asks users to post an opinion, question or statement while others give their opinion by simply voting 'Thumbs Up' or 'Thumbs Down'. Votes are used for ranking opinions, with the most active posts being more prominently featured.
Amirite has an achievement system to allow users to find and vote for the most contentious posts. Users’ positive or negative opinions are displayed directly to the world with trending posts gaining more and more opinions the longer they are popular.
Israel based startup Bazaart announced the launch of the Bazaart iPhone free application in June. Part collage app, part social network, the Bazaart application is intended to help users be more creative and make collages from Pinterest pins.
Bazaart’s editor allows you to cut out the background automatically with its “computer vision algorithm”, and with your fingertips, copy, flip, rotate, scale and position the photos in your collage.