Do you ever wonder why nobody invented a truly fast photo app? Why it takes several taps to take a picture and post it online?
We weren’t happy with this, so we built the world’s fastest photo app: mrror.
Sure, there are tons of photo sharing apps out there, but mrror is quicker and simpler than any of them. It has huge buttons and just two taps to post a photo on Facebook, Twitter or wherever. No clutter, no wasted time.
If you want to adjust settings, you can, but we assume you just want to snap a photo then share it (that’s actually our motto -- Snap and Share).
After a year of planning, prototyping and design we are ready to release mrror to Android users. Being an independent project we don’t have the financial backing necessary to launch. So we decided to keep it independent and ask your help to kickstart it.
We would love to keep mrror both free and ad-free. Please support us and take it off the ground. Pledge on our kickstarter!
Founders Peter Gorgenyi and Gabor Tuba have been collaborating over a decade on cutting edge interactive projects for commercial clients as well as engaging in various experimental and open source projects stretching the boundaries of interactive design.
They are hopeless idealists believing things in the world should always look nice, work well and be easy to use.
Peter has been a web developer for over a decade recently also transitioned into mobile development. He has worked on projects such as http://www.hbo.com/ and http://nikeplus.nike.com/plus/, and lately has been deeply involved in digital media delivery on web and mobile. An example of recent projects would be front-end architecting live video content delivery for New York fashion week events. Peter lives in Brooklyn, NY with his dog http://kiflismells.tumblr.com/.
Gabor has been a visual designer for over a decade. His body of work ranges from print design to digital screens of all sizes. Gabor has worked with several prominent advertising and media agencies over the years. He currently lives in Hungary and occasionally visits Peter in NYC to jam on projects.