'Flashgap' Allows Users to View Wild Photos 12 Hours After the Fact

By: Cadhla Gray - Sep 22, 2015
References: flashgap & techcrunch
If you find yourself having nights you can't remember but wish that documented proof could exist for just you and your friends, this time-delayed photo-sharing app will excite you. The app allows users to take pictures and videos during an event, like a party, concert or wedding -- and see them 12 hours later as a highly anticipated surprise. Inspired by the movie 'The Hangover,' this French app is coming to the United States.

Photo albums can be tied to an event and various people can be invited to upload embarrassing and hilarious photos, sharing in the ensuing enjoyment of reliving them the next day. With the slogan, "ready for yesterday?" Flashgap's target audience is 20-somethings who would use it to document various shenanigans. Thanks to its millennial appeal, this platform is easily set to become as ingrained and popular as Snapchat -- the differences being that users can save the memories, if desired.