A new mobile application has been created by filmmaker Casey Neistat called Beme. Has launched this week, that has been created to provide an alternative to the traditional social networking environments that are offered by the major players at the current time.
The inspiration behind the mobile application is to try and remove the social media precedent of creating “fake” images that can be contrived and provides a more real-life picture of what you’re up to.
Check out the video below to hear Neistat explaining his inspiration behind the app and the unique features of Beme :
The simplest and most authentic way to share your experience on video. Instantly capture real moments from the world around you with a simple gesture. See how friends, family and interesting people honestly live their lives, and send them genuine reactions.
– Capture video without touching a button
– Automatically share what you see — no preview, no review
– React in real-time to your friends’ experiences
– Find compelling people to follow and see what it’s like to be them
Casey Neistat explains for :
Right now you can download it from the Apple App store but I highly recommend waiting. This first version is still a hot mess, new version drops next week. Download it then.
Also when you download the app it’s locked. To access it you need an unlock code. I will give them out periodically on the vlog or you can get one from anyone who’s already unlocked the app. This is a pain in the ass but Beme is a lot more fun when you follow people you know so we hope requiring an unlock code helps build organic communities.