By: Irene Tria | Gogagah.com
Now that we are in the digital age, social network platforms has been part of every millennials’ lives. Social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, and MySpace etc., allow you to find and connect with just about anyone. Browsing these sites can make you feel connected to a larger community, but such easy, casual connection in an electronic environment can also have its downside.
According to a study, social media sites can make it more difficult for its user to distinguish between the meaningful relationships we foster in the real world, and the numerous casual relationships formed through social media. By focusing so much of their time and energy on these less meaningful relationships, the most important connections, will weaken.
That is why Lifebit co-founder and CEO Erik Clark Su had this big idea of why not transforming social media into a more meaningful platform that can actually improve the life of it’s user.
Lifebit app aims to make documenting life addictive. It’s a social, community-based personal diary with challenges, quests, points, and badges. Lifebit is one of the first 10 startups in the Philippines funded by Kickstart Ventures. And now, the app is now available for iOS and Android users.
Like in any other apps that caters social interaction, Lifebit lets its users upload photos, share thoughts and location, and these can be shared to more mainstream social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. It also has a journal entry which help level up passion badges! This makes life blogging so delightful you will look forward to what happens every new day! Say goodbye to abandoned diaries!
The badges signifies your interests or passion in life. It is a gateway for you to go deeper into your passion, explore cities, discover new hobbies, meet new people, and even get great deals privileges.
Here are some of the badges: