The Punch Bowl, a mobile app that allows users to share their punch bowls with their social media followers, is poised to take over social media advertising as the most powerful social distance device.
The new app is being launched today, as the company moves from its smartphone to a desktop app that is being designed to make social distanced ads easy to understand and share.
The Punchbowl’s design is inspired by Pinterest and Instagram, where users can create customized social distances using images and text that can be easily customized to their tastes.
“We wanted to create something that is a bit more flexible, where it is easy to see what your audience is going to see, and we’re really excited about this,” said Nick Manker, co-founder of Punchbowl.
“It has a really nice interface, which makes it very easy to customize, and it’s not only a visual thing.”
Punchbowl is built on the same platform as Pinterest and is designed to be easy to learn, but it’s even easier to use.
Users can customize the social distancer that they see next to their posts, and they can even tag their friends with the distanced content.
Punchbowl can also add hashtags to the posts that will be shared, like #buddiesandpittas, or #ladyfriends and #giggleworthy.
There are also “tags” on posts that people can tag with photos that make it easier to share the photo and to show it to their friends.
“You can tag an image with a caption like, ‘This is a picture of the dog I’m in,'” Mankar said.
“Then, it shows up in your feed as ‘This photo is shared with @pittbros.
@pikeysdinner,’ so it makes it easy to tag the dog.”
The Punch bowl also has built-in filters that users can select from, like “#cutekids,” “#buddysandpatti,” and “#ladygirl,” which allows users in different social groups to tag their posts together, as well as hashtags for different people, like “bunnies and pittas.”
Punch bowl is free to download, but users can sign up for a monthly subscription at Punchbowl or the Punchbowl app store.
Users are able to add more social distancers at a cost of $5 per month, which is $5 less than the $10 per month the company charges for the Punch Bowl app.
Users also can create a Pinterest or Instagram account, which has a $10 fee, or an Instagram account with an $18 fee.
In addition to social distraction, Punchbowl also offers a search feature that users are able and are able, so users can find all of the different hashtags, and then they can tag specific people with that hashtag.
The app also allows users, as long as they have an Instagram or Pinterest account, to tag people with hashtags that are different than the ones they already have.
Users have the option to share images of their distanced posts on Pinterest and Facebook, which allow users to quickly share a single photo, as opposed to sharing a larger picture.
“Punchbowl is an interesting app that we think is really exciting for social media, because it allows you to create a very personal, curated experience,” Manky said.
Punch Bowl is not the only social distancering app in the works.
Facebook’s Instagram has been working on a similar app for a while, but there is a lot of competition for users.
Punchbros is also working on its own social distancy app, but that is not available for download yet.
“There are plenty of other social distANCING apps out there, but we think Punchbowl really captures what it’s about,” Minkar said in an email.
“With the new iPhone app, we’re looking forward to building out the platform as we continue to refine the design, add more features, and build a brand new platform.”