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I have a new toy this week…
And no, I don’t mean that I have been playing with my kids scooters again; I have the pleasure of being chosen as one of only 30 bloggers to test out the Dayre social media app. I am, apparently, an Alpha-Seeder for it; though that sounds a bit like something my daughter might come across in a game of Moshi Monsters, not an important role in the advancement of social media. I think you get what it means though; I am one of the lucky few getting to give it a proper test drive. So that means that I get to have a good old fashioned play with it, and if you come along – so do you!
What is Dayre?
Dayre is a brand new iPhone app for people just like me; busy people – mums, dads, business owners, working parents, teenagers, grannies, anyone really who simple doesn’t have the time to sit down and write a full blog post. It allows you to capture key moments in the day, which can then be combined to make your day’s post. You can use anything to mark your moments in the day including:
- Quotations and thoughts
- Check-ins, and
- Cute wee stickers that Dayre provides for you showing your mood, or what you are up to. As you can see the pictures on there are actually rather cool….
Where do I get Dayre?
Why not get the app, register, which you can do with your Facebook account if you have one, and then follow me as KiddyCharts on Dayre as I explore and enjoy my journey with the App over the next 6 weeks of the “seeding” ;-).
The functionality of the app enables people to comment on posts, like them, and share them on other social media as well; so it’s fully connected to other big social networks in your life such as Facebook, and Twitter.
What will Dayre do for me?
I have been using the App for just this week, and have already discovered the power of the micro blog! There is nothing that isn’t fair game to be dayre-d ;-)
It seems a great way to store your memories, and keep track of yours and other people’s lives without having to sit down and take too much time out from your day. In fact, it’s a wonderful way of keeping a diary for you, and everyone else. Its Twitter on speed!
I can tell that I am going to be capturing a lot of my kids antics on there already. Stuntboy is a prime candidate for a bit of dayre-ing from time to time methinks….
What do you think to Dayre? Have you downloaded it yet onto your iPhone or Android smart phone…if not, why not give it a go. Follow Dayre and KiddyCharts on Twitter too to see what else is happening with the app. Go on, be a first mover!