What’s my Beme unlock code?!

What’s my Beme unlock code?!

The creators of the app position it as the easiest way to share life moments on video. The app allows to shoot short 4-second videos that vanish once being viewed, the system known to many from Snapchat. Users can shoot the videos by holding the phone by their chests or another hard object and that deprives them of the need to look continuously at the screen of the device thus giving the ability to enjoy the moment.

If you have Beme than you probably know what we’ll be talking about now…

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Twitter has gone crazy with lots of people trying to get access to the viral video sharing app, called Beme that appeared on the shelves of iTunes store recently.

The creators of the app position it as the easiest way to share life moments on video. The app allows to shoot short 4-second videos that vanish once being viewed, the system known to many from Snapchat. Users can shoot the videos by holding the phone by their chests or another hard object and that deprives them of the need to look continuously at the screen of the device thus giving the ability to enjoy the moment.

To share the video a user must generate the special code.

To share the video a user must generate the special code.

One may wonder, what’s so bad about it? What’s wrong? Well, once installed, users get a message, saying that Beme is locked and only users with unlocked apps can share the videos with each other.

The creator of Beme, Casey Neistat agreed that the unlock codes are a problem, but she also said that it’s more fun to share the videos with people, you know and asking other people for the code should help build better society.

But for now, this idea seems to have created more problems than good.

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