We’ve seen plenty of sites emerge over the last few years that are built around helping users share media: Facebook is the largest photo sharing site on the planet, but there’s also media-centric sites like Flickr that have devoted followings. rrripple is the latest to joint the fray, and it’s doing it with a unique UI that’s optomized for both mouse/keyboard and touchscreen interaction. The company was part of this year’s TechCrunch50 demopit, where it launched its public beta.
The site has a slick and fairly unique design: everything is organized on a timeline, with an album for each day represented as a vertical column running up the screen. Each column is filled with thumbnails representing the photos taken on that day, which makes it easy to tell at a glance which album you want to jump to. Once you’ve chosen an album, you can hone in on the type of media you’d like to look at from that day, be it photos, videos, notes, links, or files.
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