There’s a new app in town, called Dayre. It’s brand new and I am lucky enough to be one of 30 select bloggers in the UK to try it out.
Dayre is a bit like a digital diary. Once you download the free app and create a profile, you can post anything from tiny tidbits about your day to longer posts (up to 500 words), images, video snippets and a selection of cute icons, all from your mobile. It’s (micro) blogging on the go!
You can share this rolling daily blog with your followers and follow other Dayre users for a glimpse into their daily blogs/lives. It’s great to see how different people use this blogging platform and it will be very interesting to see it evolve and grow as more sign on.
I’ve only been using Dayre for a few days and so far I’m really enjoying it. As you can see, I couldn’t resist sharing some short recipes (prawn gyoza? It’s easy!) – just whatever I was making on the day. I love being able to look back through my entries and see people’s comments, but right now the Dayre community is a little small so please join and come say howdy.
Disclaimer: I have been invited to beta test the Dayre app – this is a sponsored post.
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