Our first Shootr Talk: Social Networks, A Debate

Our first Shootr Talk: Social Networks, A Debate

On February 8th 2017, journalists, influencers, and social media experts participated in the first Shootr Talk; a digital event for Shootr members that ended on a real high and an invitation to discuss the key question: “Is the social media sector saturated?”

Participants at the event included: Manel Ferrer, audiovisual communicator and collaborator at Arucitys (8TV); Ana Polo, writer and community manager at La Segona Hora (RAC 1); and Jordi Sellas, CSO – Strategy and Innovation. The event was moderated by Victor Endrino; broadcaster, editor, and producer at RAC1.

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Launching the beta version of Private Messages

Launching the beta version of Private Messages

Starting today, you can write private messages between users on Shootr

To write to someone, just go to their profile and click on the conversation icon (on Android) or the Private Messages link (on iOS). There you can write to them and have a private conversation with just the two of you. Do the same on your own profile and you can see all of the private conversations you’re having with other users.

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Create your own list of favorite streams

Create your own list of favorite streams

We’ll show you how to create a list of your favorite streams to keep up with what matters most to you

On Shootr, streams are interactive spaces where users can get the latest on whatever they’re interested in. So, if you download and install Shootr on your smartphone, you’ll see right away that there are streams for everyone: radio and TV shows, magazines, video games, music, feelings and any topic you can imagine.

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Pallapupas, first NGO on Shootr

Pallapupas, first NGO on Shootr

Pallapupas is the first NGO on Shootr. And we are very proud and happy to announce this!

We talk about TV, soccer, series and magazines. But also about many other important things: about laughing, hugging, HELPING.

Pallapupas is an NGO set up by hospital and social theater clowns that go around to different hospitals making people laugh when they need it most. Just a month ago, they created their own stream on Shootr, where they show photos, videos and experiences to raise awareness of the important work they are doing in hospitals and medical centers. There, users interested in Pallapupas can follow everything they do, which is tons, and any events, fundraisers or contests they run.

If you’re interested, you can also help share and spread the word among your followers so everyone knows what great work Pallapupas and their group of volunteers are doing, wherever they are.

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Personalize your notifications

Personalize your notifications

Shootr is a highly customizable app

When you go into a stream, you’ll start to get its notifications, unless you choose otherwise. In fact, it’s great to get the lowdown on everything happening on your favorite show, but we don’t want notifications to become overwhelming.

This is why we’ve designed a settings menu where you can manage and customize all of your notifications. It’s quick and easy.

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Shootr and the second screen

Shootr and the second screen

TV shows are now experienced twice, and on a second screen

TV has become a very social media. Until very recently, we watched our favorite shows on the couch and discussed them with our family or, at most, the following day around the water cooler. But the social media and instant messaging boom have changed everything.

Shootr is the perfect app for what is now known as the second screen, which is just enjoying, discussing and debating our favorite TV shows, radio and other contents with others using a mobile device.

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Shootr, share your good times in real time

Shootr, share your good times in real time

Shootr is an app that lets you chat and share good times with your friends.

Do you watch TV glued to your phone? Are you always dying to know the latest news?

Shootr is an app that lets you chat and share good times with friends and tons of other people in real time, without having to share your contact details.

All you have to do is download the app, find a stream you’re interested in and start interacting. There you’ll find people with the same interests to chat and share with, while staying up-to-date all at the same time. It’s as easy to use as WhatsApp and as open as Twitter. It is, in short, the second screen for those who want to share their feelings.

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