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July 14, 2015

TapDeck, a smart content discovery app, launches after a successful beta

by John_A


TapDeck, the app that lets you discover new and exciting content through your wallpaper, has finally launched after a successful beta. Today’s launch update brings with it many new and engaging features, including an all-new design.

Users can now connect to social networks and begin building followers. It’s a unique system in that you can drop pictures to a follower, and that follower will find it on his or her home screen.

You can also “retap” pictures, which will push them to your feed so that all your followers can see them. In layman’s terms, it’s essentially a retweet on Twitter or “share” on Facebook. TapDeck has also gotten a much needed report feature to flag inappropriate content for removal.

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If you haven’t used TapDeck just yet, it’s a content discovery system. The developer claims that it transforms your device into a gateway for content discovery. For instance, after setting the app up, you can double tap your wallpaper to swap it out with a new one. Additionally, you can swipe upwards for information and related content of your current wallpaper. It actually works really well and dishes up some interesting content.

If you’re interested in taking TapDeck for a spin, be sure to scan the QR code or hit the download link below.

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Play Store Download Link


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