London, United Kingdom, August 07, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Free to download on IOS and Android, Tickit addresses a host of common frustrations facing social media users. People’s favourite videos are typically scattered across multiple sites including YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo. In addition, viewers users often lack the time to watch a video in full and can’t track it down later.
With Tickit, people can store videos in personalised categories, such as sport, fashion, cooking and music. They can then watch them whenever they choose on multiple platforms - TV, laptop, tablet or phone. And because Tickit only needs a URL, it doesn’t use up precious memory space.
The co-creator of Tickit is 50-year-old UAE-based Maurizio Galbiati. The Italian national has extensive experience in video production and online content and is a former award winner at the Cannes Lion International festival of Creativity.
“Imagine a bedroom with no cupboards and drawers to store all your clothes - it’s similar to the problem facing social media users who want to access their favourite videos,” he said. “We’re inundated with videos online, but our phones don’t have a place to store and organise them in one location. This is the inspiration for Tickit.
“Our main objective is to keep Tickit as simple as possible. With just three clicks, you can save videos into Tickit, categorise them into playlists, and watch them later on the device you choose. It’s just like having your own video channel. You also have the option of sharing your entire library with friends while keeping some videos private.”
To enjoy the Tickit experience, users have to download the free app onto their phone. When they browse social media and spot a video they like, they simply click to share the video to Tickit. After storing it in their chosen category, they can watch it at their leisure and share with friends.
Tickit has a network of 350 pilot users in 37 countries around the world who have been providing valuable insight. So far, they have saved and watched 3,700 videos via Tickit.
“The feedback has been really positive,” said Mr Galbiati. “Families are saying it’s taken over regular TV. They synch their laptop to the TV set and use Tickit on their phone like a remote control to run through the best videos they saw during the day.”
For more information, please visit www.tickit.tv