Turn Any Video Into 11 Seconds of Internet Gold

Turn Any Video Into 11 Seconds of Internet Gold

In response to GIFs, a platform intends to have the best short-lived content live on in video loops

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 3 march 2016

In the age of GIF-dominated screens, a society with an average attention span of eight seconds, and the meme-fueled Internet, platforms like Tumblr, Vine and Cinemagram have sprung up to serve an audience who wants fast-paced and viral content. In an effort to empower users to share their favorite part of any video, Qwipit is a social media platform that wants the best short-lived content to live on in our minds.

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