FightMe for iOS wants you to challenge friends and strangers with 30-second videos

FightMe for iOS wants you to challenge friends and strangers with 30-second videos

FightMe, a cross between a social network and a challenge app, has launched for iOS following a beta period that opened in July this year.

In a twist on existing challenge apps, FightMe uses videos to allow users to show off their particular skills, whether that’s a backflip challenge or walking down some stairs on their hands.


FightMe members simply use the app to record 30 seconds of unedited video – it doesn’t have to be outlandish physical challenges, you could instead debate a point, albeit only for 30 seconds.

Once completed, users simply upload the video to the FightMe video stream with a hash tag, where other members can view, cheer or otherwise respond to the vid. They also have the option of recording a video response.

The company says that in future, brands will be able to use the platform to create their own hashtags and challenges to increase user engagement and loyalty.

➤ FightMe [App Store]

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