Piictu featured in @beautifulpixels "Piictu: A Delicious Way to Play with your Photos" by @preshit
Preshit Deorukhkar wrote on Beautiful Pixels “Piictu takes a very interesting approach to your photos and is the only app on the App Store to do this so far” and then goes on to highlight the finger alphabet game being played in the app. We also love that one. We’re proud the UI is getting such good reviews: “there’s no other way to describe the UI than ‘A bunch of delicious pixels got together and the designer wizard waved his magic wand to create a stunningly beautiful UI that you just want to chew on and eat.’” Thanks for the review!
We came a long way since last Summer we started entertaining ideasabout dialogues with pictures. Since then, we fine-tuned the concept, hired a great team, built a prototype, and shipped the product that you can now download from the app store.
This is just the beginning though. We built the simplest app possible that could still provide an excellent user experience. Piictu wants to be a fun + simple way to talk & play with piics and version 1.0 is our first stab at it. Now it’s time to hear your feedback, fix what you don’t like, work on new features, and delight you.
The feedback from our private beta couldn’t be better. Our testers played tic-tac-toe together, shared their favorite drinks or meals, counted to 50, all that through piics. We certainly had a lot of fun in the process and you can now be part of it.
Alan Henry reviewed Piictu on AppScout. Good summary of what Piictu is doing “the service is part photo sharing app and part social network”, or “the goal is to give people a unique and interesting way to share and interact with one another using their photos”. Cool!
First review of Piictu and we couldn’t be more satisfied. How could we with quotes like “it’s five times more useful than the $41 million Color app, and I’m sure the Piictu team would be delighted with $205 million!”? In case you’re asking, the answer is “we would indeed be delighted”.