Reaction videos have become a staple of Internet videos and the Reaction.cam app is hoping to make these videos easier to make. Designed by former Spotify employees under developer 47 Center Inc., Reaction.cam functions simply and allows users to request reaction videos. Users just need to paste a video link into the Reaction.cam app then share the generated link with fans. From there, fans can use their smartphone camera to record the reaction to the video and share the results. The original user requesting the reaction video can see the shared reactions and can save them onto their device.
This app was designed to simplify the process of requesting and creating reaction videos, but there is also a focus on creating a social layer through the app. The developers are currently working to create a social element to the Reaction.cam app, in which fans can discuss and share videos and music as the do in person.
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