Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter photos in one place!

Built by my two friends I met in SF, Jeremy Greenfield & Zach Fogg. The app lets you view photos from your different social networks all in one feed. It's pretty cool & nicely designed but my favourite feature is the ability to create a new stream of photos using hashtags. For example, try out #worldcup
Thank you for posting, @TosinAF! Some other quick features: - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter photos/videos in one feed - Zoom, Save, Repost any photo/video - Hashtag search with custom streams This allows you to search, discover, then repost user generated content, all from one app. Social Singularity (with search) Thank you for the comments, we've only just begun this journey and really appreciate any/all feedback.
Great idea. Can you integrate with Hashtack and bring "Shtacks" into your own applications?
Absolutely, @danielflips. A Hashtack hackathon is in the near future
Sort of like a consumer facing version of Tagboard
Similar, a mobile first version for sure @adamslieb. We set out to create something that was simple enough for everyday use, yet powerful enough for companies and social media managers. We spend a lot of time and money thinking/creating content for our company accounts instead of leveraging the user generated content that is already out there. By retacking someones post, they feel special and are more likely to be loyal towards your brand in the future. Current process: search 1 hashtag, scan for a good photo, screenshot, edit, post, come up with description, save. Hashtack: Hashtag(s) stream already has every photo, Tap Retack, Pick your network (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or Email) and you're done. Hashtack maximizes the 80/20 for social networking - Download now and let us take the work out of Social networking. Search - Discover - Retack - Grow
@hashtackapp Yep. I'm with you. I think there is definitely great value for brands, especially at things like physical events.
Absolutely, @adamslieb. Play with it for a while and let me know what you think. I'd love to hear your feedback. Jeremy@hashtack.co
I met the founder out in SF a couple weeks ago. I'll admit I was a bit skeptical when he pitched it to me, but it's a well done product!
Thank you, @lee94josh. The team spent a lot of time on cutting features and focusing on the UI|UX. We really appreciate the comment
I've seen the early versions of Hashtack (it had a different name), and trust me: in just a short time, it has got SO much better.
@SomewhatJustin That you have Justin! We appreciate you being a part of this from the beginning