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Vlipsy

Easily add your favorite video clips to any conversation.

5.0/5
About

Vlipsy is the best way to search and share iconic quotes from your favorite movies, shows, and videos on the internet and in chat. Reply with vlips (video clips) on any platform to add short expressive videos to your texts, tweets, snaps and comments.

Would you recommend this product?
COO @Flashstarts

Although this is an amazingly fun way to communicate, I think about the opportunity for advertisers to create content in a different way. If content is funny and memorable - the potential reach on VLIPSY could be significant.

Pros:

Once you VLIPSY you can't go back. In those moments where sarcasm is lost in translation through text- VLIPSY saves the day!

Cons:

So many VLIPS, so little time.

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Angel investor

Way cooler to message with sound versus just a GIF

Pros:

Super fun and easy

Cons:

More clips

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Head of Marketing at Convey

Gifs are great but when I send my Darth Vader Noooooooo!!! clip I want the full impact of James Earl Jones deep Nooooooo!!!!!

Pros:

Fun (and sorta addictive) way to share clips with friends!

Cons:

Continue to build the clip library.

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COO, Rapid RMS

I've already made several "Vlips" and broadcast them out to friends/coworkers using the Vlipsy iOS keyboard app and Slack. The website is really simple, straightforward and easy to use.

Pros:

• It's fun

• More expressive than a gif

• It's pronunciation isn't devisive.

• Best of all, you can make any youtube video a Vlip

Cons:

It plays a clip 3 times in a row. Sometimes that's annoying.

Wish they had Slack integration. (update: Now Vlipsy integrates with Slack)

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Founder @ CoCatalyze

Their Farmer Fran / Waterboy instagram post is a perfect example of why I need this in my life. A+

Pros:

FINALLY an option that does our punchlines justice- it's like half the joke was missing w/o audio (let's be honest, it's just not the same).

Cons:

Unsure if you can use it in email format, but this would be a prime way to uplevel e-newsletters for humor-centric brands.

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