A brand-new social media network dropped today from the founder of Creeping plant, one that’s already taking Twitter (which it takes queues from) by tornado.

Peach is a cost-free application on iOS that lets you upload updates for close friends to see, like you would on the various other aforementioned social media network. It’s even more compared to just words though: you can post images, GIFs, video clips, web links, discuss the climate (!), where you go to, what reveal you’re regarding to enjoy or even the number of actions you have actually taken that day.

But Peach is additionally similar to Slack because it has Magic Words that open a * fun * world of possibilities.

Typing ‘scream’ allows you write in large blown up letters on a colored background with an emoji. ‘Attract’ does what you assume it would, ‘track’ allows you discuss what you’re hearing with others, who could touch on it to listen themselves, and also ‘rate’ will certainly let you price essentially anything in between one and also 5 stars.

GIF, right here, goodmorning, goodnight, battery, dice, safari are additionally Magic Words, and also Peach promises much more are on the method. If you’re out of ideas on exactly what to post – usual problem, we know – you can attack the lightbulb for some inspiration.

And, in a nod to Facebook, you can additionally give buddies a little virtual nudge by sending them an emoticon like a slice of pie, an ONE HUNDRED, or a boop – literally a nose and also finger. Just how else would certainly you claim, ‘I’m thinking of you’?

The application additionally has an accompanying website, Peach.cool, which doesn’t do anything other than inform you about the application and also direct you to the Application Establishment, however it might be up in prep for a web variation ahead.

Is this visiting change Twitter and Facebook? Possibly not, especially because it’s just readily available on iOS, at the very least for now, as well as a great deal of individuals are apparently signing up using celeb usernames. Is it a fun thing to experiment with this weekend? We state ‘boop’ to that.