Peach, which launched on the Apple store Thursday, is a new microblogging social platform designed to keep you connected with friends in a new and seriously fun way.
Similar to Facebook, Peach allows you to friend people you know and post status updates to keep them apprised of your goings-on. Unlike Facebook, however, accessing and posting multimedia (like GIFs, videos, and music) does not require outsourcing to a second site it can all be done directly through the app.
Via the interface, which looks similar to a text, you can post short statuses or enter magic words to automatically update your feed. Typing here will geo-tag your location and send it to friends, while writing song will share whatever youre listening to at the moment in an interactive player. There are currently 20 magic words, all with different functions and more will likely be added as the app continues to surge in popularity.
Check out Peach, below, and download for free on the App Store.
Peach, which launched January 7, was created by the founder of Vine.
— Engadget (@engadget) January 9, 2016
The app allows you to directly interact with friends through multimedia.
— Shelley Cook (@ShelleyACook) January 9, 2016
Use emojis to hiss at haters
the peach app is very strange pic.twitter.com/9nR3fhsiGS
— adam crouch (@TheHoshuah) January 9, 2016
or put a ring on your lover.
— Kat Przybyła (@katprz) January 10, 2016
You can also draw pictures and post em
— peach (@momonobeibu) January 10, 2016
Update pals on what youre doing
— Applesfera (@applesfera) January 9, 2016
And make really fun, silly graphics, all through the apps interface.
im having the time of my life on this peach app. pic.twitter.com/XaHx0bCJNj
— sailor mourn (@detricotage) January 9, 2016
Plus, its really freaking cute.
Add us on Peach. pic.twitter.com/6YAyeneSYZ
— Everlane (@Everlane) January 8, 2016
Learn more at Peach.cool and download on the App store.
How many hours till I delete this peach app off my phone? pic.twitter.com/HDYhUBWSUw
— Maggie Serota (@maggieserota) January 8, 2016
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