A mobile application called Cirqle – no, not that Circle or that one either – launched last year as a way for users to share and collaborate on photo and video collections in groups, both public and private. Now Cirqle is rolling out version 2.0, which introduces an interesting new feature: offline mode. That means users can now share and collaborate on photo sets via Bluetooth technology, and the app will also suggest Cirqles (groups) for you to join based on your current or last known location.
The addition of an offline mode for social media-based collaboration is a timely twist for this nearly year-old app, and one that could finally see it getting picked up by a wider audience. (The app isn’t currently showing up on the App Store charts, according to App Annie.)
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