Have you noticed on Facebook, your friends transforming into small comic characters? Bitstrips is the new trend on social media. You create your avatar which looks like you and you create different (funny) situations and moods. You have to be connected to your Facebook account to do so. When done, you can interact with your friends whom as well created they own avatar. Bitstrips reveals the funny you on Facebook and you will love it. Yes it’s a bit of time wasting, but it’s also lots of fun. Recently I sent a virtual greeting card to one of my closest friend for his birthday, he loved it and everyones can see it on Facebook. This is my new obsession and I wish to interact with all my friends via Facebook.
Already over 20 million people in the World are using BVitstrips and interect with their friends, I am telling you this is definitely the new thing to do on Facebook.
How Does It Work
- Design yourself and your friends
- Put friends in ridiculous comic situations
- Show how you’re feeling without saying a word
- Send greeting cards for any occasion
- You can customise your own bubble speech
- Share your Bitstrips anywhere: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Email and SMS
• Design cartoon versions of yourself & your friends • Put your friends in hilarious comics where anything can happen • Show how you’re feeling with cartoon status updates • Choose from 1000+ customizable templates, plus new ones daily Join over 20 million people around the world using Bitstrips as a more fun and visual way to communicate with friends.
Bitstrips in the news
“Bitstrips has obviously touched a nerve, as its shocking growth demonstrates.” – Venture Beat “Bitstrips is popping up more and more on Facebook updates. And after just a few months, Bitstrips has turned into something that everyone seems to be talking about.” – The Baltimore Sun “One of the hottest Facebook applications may have just made photos boring.” – AllFacebook “What has also propelled Bitstrips’ traction is that your comics almost beg to be pasted to friends’ Facebook pages.” – NPR All Tech Considered Get your Bitstrips app today, it’s free.