Floop! A new network for opinions and sharing your feedback.
See what your friends and the rest of the world thinks about the hottest topics and events happening today.
Genius Idea: Poll graphs that update in real time.
Mashable’s Take: This nifty iPhone application lets you measure the pulse of your friends or the community at large on a topic of your choosing. You can watch the opinion line graphs fluctuate in real time as responses pour in, cast your vote in others’ polls, and participate in group text or picture threads related to polls. Plus, playing with Floop’s voting tool can be rather fun!
GIGAOM (Darrell Etherington)
Floop, a recently launched iPhone app coming out of stealth mode on Friday, lets you instantly poll the world, people in your immediate area, or just your friends, and track the results through real-time visual feedback. It’s an app with lots of potential and an impressive interface...
IENTICEMENT (Ben Smurf)
We can say Floop is fantastic network. This app is for yours opinions. You can share your feedback to use it. Use Floop and see the latest topics and events. Floop helps you to search what people think. In other words this is much amazing app.
Will the Rangers win the World Series? Are we headed for a “double-dip” recession? Is Lady Gaga’s use of a wheel chair as a stage prop offensive? Floop it and find out what people think.
If you’re participating in an event, Floop gets even more interesting. Vote in realtime and watch the feedback from your friends and the world.
As your network grows on Floop, the interactions get more interesting: invite friends and get together to watch a game, a reality show, etc.
- Constantly updated “Hot” list of popular topics and events
- Graph view moves and updates in realtime. Watch and give feedback as events unfold
- Feedback is a combination of graph, group chat, and photo sharing
- Meet and invite friends to topics of interest
- Provides instant gratification during events, TV shows, concerts, etc. For example:
o Watch what your friends think during a presidential debate
o See who America thinks will be eliminated during a reality show
o Rate and view feedback on a new music hour on radio
- Measures feedback over time, so topics like “What do you think of Obama” can be watched over weeks and years
- Integrates with Facebook and Twitter