Imagine being able to ask a question about an event, a location, or an attraction and getting a visual answer pretty much right away? That's the whole concept with the uCiC app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone. Using this app you can pose a question to the community and people will answer you with photos just like that. The members in the community are from around the world, giving you access to all kinds of interesting information.
Thanks to the uCiC app there's no need to spend all kinds of time seeking out photos and visuals that will answer your questions because instead this social community is ready to help out whenever needed. Simply post your request of the picture you need and leave it to the community of users to respond. Maybe you have a question about an event taking place, an attraction you've been wanting to see, or anything else. It saves you the time from having to do your own search and possibly coming across information that is not only useless but incorrect. The images that are posted by other users can be seen in real-time so you're getting instant information.
The app is free to use and requires iOS 7.0 or later. It has just been updated with some enhancements made to the user interface, some minor bug fixes, and users can now reply by video. The app has 4.5 out of five stars from users who clearly see the merit and usefulness of this offering. They have called it perfect, impressive, and awesome.
Pose your request and send it out
Ensuring a Social Experience
To ensure you are treated to an engaging social experience the uCiC app provides users with a collection of tools that manage to enhance the experience. Some of the noteworthy features include being able to just type in what it is you're looking for and then it will be sent out by push notification to all active users, and you can check out who the active users are in a specified radius (this is done anonymously). Any user can then respond to your question by sending you a picture that you'll be able to view instantly.
An important aspect to point out about the app is that it is meant to be a two-way street. Not only can you ask for help but you are encouraged to answer the questions of other users by sending pictures too. When you answer a request with a photo you get Karma points.
Receive Karma points for answering requests
PhotoScope uCiC- Ask and see live photo or video from anywhere in the world- Periscope edition