The new mobile application from Kevin Rose allows you to send tiny pictures that will disappear after 24 hours. Not dissimilar from Snapchat, the aptly named Tiiny app is the first from Rose's newest company North. The entrepreneur began the mobile development firm after leaving Google Ventures and founding Digg, Milk and Revision3.
Kevin Rose's Tiiny lets users share thumbnail sized photos and GIFs to a grid on their friends' smartphones that will go away after 24 hours. Replacing the full-sized image scroll, Tiiny gives you a real-time glance of what your network is up to. The iOS app shows a three by four table with moving images that TechCrunch describes as "vibrant and alive" and potentially more addictive than Instagram or Vine.