FanReact is the new social platform app which allows you to not only talk sports with your friends but also to upload photos and videos of your own reactions to great sporting moments.
How did you react when the Seattle Seahawks refused to run Marshawn Lynch and lost Super Bowl XLIX?
How about when Liverpool came from 3-0 down to win the Champions League final in 2005?
Well, FanReact allows you to capture these magical moments.
The app is available for free on the iOS and Android App Stores and as Chris Buckner of the FanReact team revealed the idea builds on the idea of “sharing your sports experiences amongst friends while following your favourite sports team.”
Two years ago, Auburn beat Alabama with a last second field goal return in what many consider one of the greatest college football games of all time.
If you are a sports fan, you have seen it. How do we know? Just look at the YouTube numbers for any and all videos even relating to that play.
We quickly noticed that even reaction videos of people in their living rooms were getting hundreds of thousands of views.
It didn’t take long to realize that this was a potential business market.
We just needed to grow our idea. After months of revaluating, pivoting, and research, we determined that an app that housed just reaction videos was not completely sustainable. So, we created team boards from pro football down to high school baseball teams. And with that, FanReact was born.
The concept allows fans to share photos, videos and commentary as original posts or reaction comments during live games or on team boards that you are following.
Additionally, users can vote up or down posts to create trending content that connects users to what is hot.
This app was built on the Telerik Platform.