Shoutable

Post life-size messages to digital screens on city streets

Shoutable lets you post personalized messages to digital screens on city streets. Browse across categories like “Happy Birthday” or “Congrats,” choose a screen to post your Shout, and see your message play for 60 seconds. Currently available on LinkNYC.
Reviews
  • Leslie Borrell
    Leslie BorrellSVP Engineering at SOLS
    Pros: 

    I love to surprise my friend and family with shout. It’s a different way to capture a moment in an unexpected way

    Cons: 

    More shouts just because

    Can’t wait to see what’s next

    Leslie Borrell has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    SO FUN!!

    Cons: 

    Lots of shouts to search through

    MY son and his friends went bananas for this

    Dafna Sarnoff has used this product for one month.
Discussion
Hey Product Hunt! Kevin here, Product Lead on the Shoutable team. We’re excited to launch Shoutable, the App for Everyday Grand Gestures, which allows you to post personalized messages to digital screens on city streets. Whether to say “thank you,” “congrats,” or “you’re awesome” to a friend or family member, we created messages called Shouts that are available for every occasion. You can browse different categories, choose the screen to post your Shout, and make that person’s day as they walk down the street. The app is currently available on iOS and compatible with LinkNYC screens in New York City. Product Hunt community gets 1 FREE Shout and 50% off the next 3 Shouts using code HUNT - We welcome any questions or feedback. Have fun!
I surprised my mom with a shoutout, and she went nuts! It was awesome. I would love to be able to customize the shoutouts more or even post a photo—are you planning on releasing any of those kinds of features soon?
@seungyunshin Hi Seung-Yun, Glad you and your mom enjoyed! We're currently exploring adding a few different types of customization options, like emojis, bitmojis, and custom text. Not adding photos just yet, but will definitely take this feedback into account for future iterations. Thanks for checking us out! - Kevin