Silicon Valley veteran, Kevin Rose, launched a brand new iOS app this morning called Tiiny. Tiiny lets you share thumbnail-sized photos or GIFs to a 3×4 grid that’s shown to users who follow you. The images disappear after 24 hours, and are kept small in order to “reduce the anxiety” around sharing photos. Rose tells TechCrunch that beta testers shared 5 time more photos with Tiiny than on their other photo apps, but he’s not even concerned about the success of the app. It only took three weeks to build Tiny, and the team behind it intends to release one […]The post Kevin Rose, Founder of Digg, Launches New Photo Sharing App Called ‘Tiiny’ by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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