Hype - discover fantastic places & events
By Behype Ltd.
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Forget tasteless reviews, poor pictures and anxiety from information overload. Exploring new places and events should be fun, visual and fast.
With Hype app, you can discover the most unique experiences in cities around the world. Follow local influencers to receive an insider look on the pulse of the city. Art, parties, food, architecture and outdoor activities – Hype will keep you in the know, so you always spend your free time well.
Follow local influencers that inspire you and discover new things to do, or become a local influencer yourself and share the love for your favourite places and events!
Let’s create more memorable experiences together – isn’t that what life’s really about anyway?
What's New in Version 7
Hello all dear Hype users,
We’re so excited about this update, everything is new! Thank you all so much for giving us your feedback, we really enjoyed meeting so many of you in person!
New in this version:
- Your Hype feed will now show new posts from people you follow
- All the new posts will appear on the top of your feed, keep checking for exciting news!
- Choose ‘Global’ to see what people are posting about around the world
- Choose ‘Around me’ to see what people are posting about in your city
- We’ve introduced recommended influencer section. Discover people to follow in your city by category and city
- Influencers will now have a fancy yellow badge on their profiles, so you can recognise them right away
- We made Hype much faster
- Get notifications about new content, followers and likes
Downloaded an App...Until I have seen a change!
This company has been really relatively reliable ever since I got introduced by the CEO. I was excited for its amazing community, some helps people out. I like that.
I told people about the great opportunities it gave me; it gave me hope to meet for the next day.
Sometimes relationships could hurt because I was promised a few things and they were never exceeded to be fulfilled. The miscounted rewards I was supposed to get had got ignored. Promises can't always be met but how many can you endure? Though it has been really fun working for them as an "influencer." The truth of the matter is there is a difference between being a real influencer and someone that just influences. A real influencer are the ones that give you more than enough to do more to what is out there in life; can give you info to make a change in the world. Those are leaders of tomorrow. Someone that just influences are just following a trend and thinks about "I." It doesn't matter what their background is, anyone can be a real influencer! Download the app. Know who you are and what your looking for. Follow others who have your best interest. Or be the one that influences because it matters! Don't always believe the Hype from everyone!
Great way to discover interesting spots in the city.
Hype is a mobile social media platform where people could use to promote and discover local places and events happening in the city. You'd get to post pictures, either from your phone's library or even from your instagram profile once you'd link them, along with some brief tips regarding to the places. I've had a few incidents where I wasn't able to post and subsequently gotten kicked out of the app but that was a minor issue. It could be a great way to promote business as another digital marketing tool if it gets popular enough I guess. The question I'd get when I was talking to my peers about this new app was how is this different than Yelp.. To me, I'm just happy to post obnoxious amount of food pictures from the restaurants I've tried and genuinely liked. But Hype also offers a way to discover other people's recommendations, something that could entice people to go out more to check out different places, which seems to be a cool idea. I'm just waiting to see how a community might grow within this app since I haven't really witnessed and/or felt the connection there but I am hopeful.
Believe the Hype
I'm an avid user of social media yet I have only left one (terrible) Yelp review in my life bc I just think it takes too much time to write long reviews unless you're infuriated with a company's service. I'm obsessed with Instagram, however I worry that I'll overload my followers with too many pictures or too much content. With Hype, I feel like it's a nice in-between, best of both worlds without the feeling of over-posting bc in this case the more information one provides, the better. The layout is more socially friendly than say Yelp, if that makes sense. Hopefully Hype will roll out more opportunities to engage with one another, like allowing people to leave comments, ask questions, etc. People are really only posting about the things and places they LIKE so should someone decide to go they're also getting the best tip for when they do. It takes a lot for me to stick to new apps and for some reason I've been highly attracted to Hype since I was invited to join. Excited to see where it goes.