As the holidays are right around the corner, the tasks of making cookies, wrapping presents or even setting the table for a festive dinner can become stressful. If you are like me, you wouldn’t even know where to begin or what to do. While exploring social media, I came across an app called Jumprope that immediately caught my attention and I thought it was worth a shot.
Jumprope is an app where you can learn, create and share step-by-step how-to videos which are called ‘jumpropes’. From crafts to fitness activities, a wide range of topics can be explored on the app. Users can create their own ‘jumprope’ or simply explore the unique app for any help they need.
Creating a personal ‘jumprope’ is simple and easy to do. Fortunately, you do not need to have a production budget or video editing experience in order to create a successful ‘jumprope’. The app provides design tools along with speed adjustments, trims, filters and a variety of music to help you add a personal touch to your creation.
If you are looking to advertise or sell products, Jumprope is the place to go. The app allows users to purchase products of any sorts that are featured in shared videos, allowing viewers to buy items with just a few taps, which is nice when people want a specific product.
Jumprope is a growing community with more and more people joining every day. Users can leave comments, likes and even save the ‘jumpropes’ that others create. This feature is a great way to communicate and express someone’s thoughts on the creations others have posted. When done, users can export their videos to platforms of Youtube, Pinterest, Instagram or they can embed them. The app is free and requires no additional charge or subscription, which is amazing for the quality users are receiving.
This is a great app that helps individuals create their own videos and share their creativity with others. If individuals are looking to sell products through other sources, this app helps promote and advertise them. I recommend Jumprope to people who might need help on day-to-day projects or are looking to express their own ideas.
Would you create or watch 'jumpropes'?