I’ve been involved in a new mobile app that I hope it will be a real game changer. It’s called GO.
Here’s how it works.
Mobile, global, real-time geo-based broadcasting from your smartphone. GO allows you to view and contribute to an “as-it-happens” stream of user generated media – be it a celeb sighting or a global revolution.
In capturing and sharing global, real-time streams, GO not only provides a streets-eye-view of life as it unfolds but, further, taps into our inherent voyeuristic human curiosity by providing the option for an entirely anonymous user experience.
For example, let’s say you been reading about Occupy Wall Street but don’t actually live in NYC. And you don’t want to see whatever bullshit edit Fox News spoonfed you. Just use GO to see what’s happening on street level. Live.
Let’s say a hurricane is making landfall in your state. Weather Channel can only give you so much information at the particular place the reporter is stationed. But I want to see if that stretch of highway is actually flooded or not—use GO.
New Jordan retro dropping at Niketown? I want to see or report what the lineup is like live. Use GO. Videos. Photos. Short Messages. All geo-tagged. You’re gonna love this shit!
In fact, I’m gonna start using it to document my daily sneaker rituals you can do it too. Download the app and snap a photo of your sneakers—tag it “KICKS”. It will then be broadcasted from your location for the all the world to see.
Enjoy! GO APP NOW.