Dripthat Takes On Social Photo, Video Sharing

Dallas-based Dripthat said today that it has launched a brand new, photo and video sharing app, which it says combines both photos and video sharing in a single app. The company--which has released an iPhone app--said its app also lets users decide who and when to share that photo and video content, letting users "sequence" those videos and photos into albums, and trickle them out to others on a schedule. The company said its app also includes video editing, photo cropping, and filtering and other features. Dripthat had been led by Kim Garrett, who had been an early employee at Facebook.