Another day, another Facebook app. Maybe it just seems that way, but the social media giant has been big on introducing apps lately, including app that work within their Facebook messenger app.
Their newest creation is free a social app called Riff that allows users to offer up their videos for their friends to add additional clips to or lets users add video to the creations of their friends.
I’ll sound like a grumbling oldster when I say that back in my day we used to do this kind of thing by writing in each others’ notebooks.
That out of the way, it’s kind of a fun idea that lets you create and share video montages with no need for editing software.
Riff works with both Android and iPhones. Just go to the app store for your device and download it. Users log into their Facebook accounts to use it. You’ll need to have the Facebook app on your device as well.
Then they can start a video that their friends can add their own clips to.
Or they can look around for videos posted by their friends and add their video clips. Users can then share videos they’ve started or added to or videos by others they just happen to like.