Is it even a wedding if you don’t leave disposable cameras on the tables for your guests to snap random pictures of themselves?
Don’t forget the photo booth with all of the crazy hats and glasses, and a pink feather boa.
Sadly for the newly-married couple, who more than likely already forked out a fortune for the wedding itself (or their parents did), they then have the additional cost of having to develop the pictures from said camera.
I have crunched the numbers and there is a 6,9% chance someone took a photo of their nether bits.
Perhaps David Dobrik’s app will be warmly welcomed, then – a digital disposable camera app that has already surpassed a million downloads.
Details here via The Verge:
The app also landed briefly at the top of the list for most popular free apps on Apple’s App Store, sitting ahead of Disney+ and Instagram. David’s Disposable is no longer listed on the top of the list, but it’s still included in a curated section called “Apps We Love.”…
People who download the app can use it to take photos, but they have to wait until 9AM the following day for the photos to become available. The idea is to simulate the wait time it takes for disposable camera photos to be developed. Photos can also be ordered as prints directly from the app, and they take about three weeks to show up.
The app uses its own disposable-themed filter, to up the authenticity.
As things stand, the app is only available on the Apple Store. Sorry, Android users.
Some screenshots from the app:
David doesn’t really need to advertise too widely, given that he has more than 11 million followers on Instagram.
Thanks to that following, growth has been rapid:
YouTubers and influencers launching apps isn’t anything new, but Dobrik’s disposable camera idea is tied directly to his brand, and it’s one that fans want to try for themselves.
TikTok is full of Dobrik fans talking about the app and recommending it. What started off as a fun way to document Dobrik’s outings with friends (the same people who helped build his massive YouTube empire), led to a secondary Instagram account with close to 3 million followers, all based on the quick snapshots he takes.
The app is free to use, but you can remove all ads for $1 a month, which also comes with some premium features.
Well played, pal.
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