Rochester, NY (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Stonehenge Productions today announced the launch of iCreep, a new iPhone App that draws content from Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr, by geolocation, to provide a real-time account of social media activities from specific locations. iCreep allows users to experience an event first hand, from a diverse perspective of users, even if they are half way around the world from the event which they are tracking.
“iCreep has a wide range of practical applications,” said Mark Smillie, Founder of Stonehenge Productions. “From a Mall to a Frat party, from the Rolling Stones Concert, to the Royal Wedding, from the Tsunami in Japan to Burning Man, users can access real-time Tweets, pictures and videos by simply entering that location.”
Mr. Smillie went on to add “iCreep allows an amazing glimpse in time for a specific location, and because it draws from a wide and diverse range of people, the perspective is objective, robust and complete.”
The iCreep App is the first internally concepted and developed App by Stonehenge Productions and is available for $0.99 on the iTunes App Store.
Stonehenge Productions pioneered the development of FilmApps more than a year ago and since that time has evolved to offer Enterprise and Corporate Apps, Social Activism Apps and internally concepted and developed Entertainment and Media Apps.
To learn more about the iCreep App, go to: http://watchwhatshappening.com
To download the iCreep App, go to http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/icreep/id434682454?mt=8
For more information about Stonehenge Productions, contact Mark Smillie at info(at)stonehengeproductions(dot)com.