Unlike most conventional social platforms, the Home feed on Stitch is a party everyone can join. And like any party, the best part is meeting and interacting with new people (at least until we’ll add a virtual beer pong feature). The Home feed is a mix of video chains by people you follow, popular chains and “Featured” chains that are handpicked by the Stitch team and are displayed to practically everyone on the app - a great opportunity to be discovered a... Continue reading
The most unique part about stitch is how you can evolve videos into video chains - horizontal threads of videos by various creators which are arranged by popularity. There are a lot of different types of chains, but the best chains have something in common regardless of their type - they spark creativity and give other creators endless opportunities to respond with unique, relevant videos.
If you post a video of your dog getting vacuumed on social media, and you don’t have any followers, did it really even happen?
Followers on social media make all of the hard work curating your page worth it. Without people who look at your lip-syncing selfies and carefully constructed breakfast sandwiches, what’s the point in even sharing it?
Stitch is all about community. We’re about connecting video creators and making it easy to collaborate and create something fun and completely unique. That’s why we’re so excited about this update! Not just because it’s our biggest yet, but because it makes the Stitch community so much more connected and social. Better yet, the new features were added almost completely based on your feedback and suggestions. So here’s the scoop:
If you are looking to make your social cause go viral, take a few notes from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. This simple idea took the web by storm in 2014 and had social media along with the rest of the world in a tizzy over just a simple bucket of ice water (that happened to be dumped on your head). Most likely, the ALS Foundation didn’t expect the pheno... Continue reading
If you haven’t already heard, Stitch is all about video chains. Sure, we’ve got the looping videos and the in app camera, but we’ve got these chains that are going to change things. It might be a new concept but all you need are a few tips and your Stitch chains will be totally irresistible.
Videos that fly solo are nothing but in abundance on the web. But why are video chains different? What’s the benefit in a chain rather than that one-off cat gif you’ve been watching on repeat the last 3 hours?
You’re already craving video chains
Every time you see a funny video of a grandma doing the “Nae... Continue reading
We’ve all been there. The dreaded first post on any social media platform. It’s like stepping into your first college exam underprepared, slightly hungover, and wishing you’d at least read the syllabus.
So in order to help you through that painful, slightly awkward “first time”, we want to offer a checklist of sorts, something to help ease that First Post Syndrome we’ve all d... Continue reading
Big news from The Video Den: Stitch is ready for download! The team’s excitement is palpable. We’ve been anticipating this day with glee, because of what Stitch can offer—connection.
Welcome back friends!
The Stitch team is getting so pumped for our launch of the app, we can barely handle keeping still! Good thing we’ve always got time for a few minutes in the sun.
As our Stitch app story begins, so does the exciting notion of creating super co... Continue reading
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