Thursday, January 15, 2015
A Whole New Way To View Instagram Using #Cube
#Cube™ speaks to the enormous popularity of photo-sharing sites such as Instagram by enabling the socially connected to enlarge their viewing experience of photos and videos, from the smaller confines of a smart device. It is an extremely innovative, attractive, & easy-to-use wireless living photo canvas which showcases your favorite social photo & video streams.
Here are the things I like about the #Cube:
Right now, I'm using the option of viewing photos from the hashtag of my two daughters. I place a specific hashtag when I post their photos so now, it's like I'm viewing their photo album.
The videos on Instagram also plays on the #Cube with sound a nice sound quality. The volume is adjustable depending on how low or loud I want the volume to be. :)
When I'm on my feed, the #Cube automatically updates new posts from my friends and family so I don't have to do anything to update my feeds.
I can also like a photo or video by pressing the heart button on top of the #Cube which is a nice feature.
This is portable and connects through WiFi so as long as it has a charge and there's WiFi, I can bring it on the go with me. :)
I'm loving my #Cube and I love its features. With just a push of a button, I can keep up to date with my friends and families' posts without having to log in to my Instagram account in my PC or my phone. It's also a nice way to display pictures when friends and family come over since I can choose to view only the photos with my specific hashtag. :)
There are 2 other colors available for the #Cube. Find them HERE.
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