Other social platforms help you create virtual life, Jetpic improves your real one
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
Hot-off-the press, the new Jetpic app advances the way people shape their personal style. It is designed to benefit anyone, but in particular those actively seeking to improve their image.
Jetpic creates an anonymous community of like-minded individuals with the same desire to look and feel good. The app leverages peer support and feedback to assist participating individuals in improving their image. An instant anonymous feedback on demand presented in a meaningful format is the driving principle behind the app’s design.
Jetpic connects people through their photos and supports formative feedback. Unlike Facebook, Jetpic users remain anonymous to encourage honest and objective feedback and minimize social pressure, prejudice and other inhibiting factors.
“Give-and-get-feedback model is what makes the website rolling. A quick response to every pic is guaranteed,” says Marcin Watorek, the main developer. “In addition, an aspect of anonymity should not only encourage people to freely test anything looks-related like clothes, hairstyle, makeup, even a smile or a pose - but also stimulate honesty.”
Some of the things that the app can help the users with include:
*Choosing the best outfit for various occasions: social event, date, work, school
*Selecting the best photo for various online platforms: social, professional
*Creating a unique style
*Making the right choice in the fitting room
*Getting inspired and motivated by the ideas of others
Carefully crafted methodologies prevent involvement from harmful input and provide most comfortable environment for experimentation and advancement, all while giving user maximum privacy and keeping their results completely transparent to others.
“Having your photo reviewed by strangers might sound scary for some users. But it happens every day. Every time we upload our picture on the web we are being “rated”- we just don’t know the score we have been given. The moment you realize that, the need for app like Jetpic becomes apparent,” says Dawid Krzych co-founder of Jetpic.
To try the Jetpic website go to http://www.jetpic.com
The mobile version of the app is scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2014.