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Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Services for startups
Interesting... but seems like this is exactly what people dont want to do ha. They want to make sure that their image looks good/funny/whatever Imagine if something really inappropriate was shared haha - nightmare!
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
@bentossell yeah, the screenshots are SO misleading! No one takes photos like those without editing! Ugh, I HATE misrepresentation in App Store shots!!
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
Seems in the vein of Beme, but for stills. I watched the promo video... which was ironically fancy and produced, (unlike Casey's videos (mixed message much?)), and at the end, a ridesharing driving snaps a pic (without permission) of his rider (what?!) and then you see a notification overlay that it got a "like". Seems like a great platform for bullying, not self-expression. 😕
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Where other platforms are encouraging people to share as much as possible, Onee is restricting engagement to one photo an hour.
Kyle Visner
Kyle Visner@kyle_visner
This seems like a really odd product idea, I just don't see why someone would want to autoshare a photo. It also has really gross cyberbullying potential.
James Burton
James Burton@jamesburton69 · @jamesburton69
@kvisner it doesn't feel like i'd want to use it much. Why would it have more cyberbullying potential than Instagram, yikyak or FB?
Kyle Visner
Kyle Visner@kyle_visner
@jamesburton69 Because everything is automatically published and you can't take it down for at least and hour. Imagine if the photo is particularly unflattering or maybe the subject has a wardrobe issue. That person would have to sit there and wait an hour to remove that photo.