Facebook, instagram and Twitter have longed dominated our social media platform, being our go-to domains to connect with others. But what do you know about 6 Tribes?
We recognizes the importance of the relationship between self-exploration of art/design/fashion and films in the social media realm so we are delighted to introduce this new tool of technology available at our fingertips and how we can use them to keep us in the know of news in the art world and introduce us to like-minded people who share that passion.
Its success and recognition by Apple App as one of the best New Apps has been pinned down to its innovative structure whereby downloaders of the app can experience a more tailor-made community in which to explore and share ideas based on interest. 6 Tribes calls it a place to ‘meet new people who share your social DNA.’ Take Pinterest as a prime example of its ability to group design and art communities.
Whereas 6 Tribes has a rounder approach, there are tribes for art, music, photography, fashion etc. There is also a feature to create a new tribe if the choices available do not suit your interests, so in little words the app seems limitless.
The function uses phone data to connect people around shared interests and passions, providing them with a common platform to connect which also allows for quicker and more effective connectivity, ‘cutting through the clutter and getting straight to the good stuff.’ This video tour tells you all you need to know in just over a minute.
The app places you in Tribes based on your interests, i.e. Wanderlusters seen in the image adjacent.
Another great thing to know about this app is that its creative master-mind, Anthony Rose, who has already had great success in the development of the BBC iplayer, and we all know how handy that has been in our lives, means positive hope for this new app.
My advice; click, download and explore your new tribe and take a fresh approach to the evolving world of social media.
Here’s the Apple app store link to download
All images reserved by Lauren Yates, Marketing Manager, 6 Tribes