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Timehop helps you celebrate the best moments of the past with your friends!
What were you doing a year ago today? Two years? Three years?
Timehop brings together your old photos and posts from your iPhone, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Foursquare and replays your past a day at a time.
You'll quickly fall in love with checking your daily Timehop. Give it a try today!
What's New in Version 2.3.3
Love it, but needs fixing
When I first got the app this summer, it was my favorite thing to do when I woke up in the morning. Somehow I got my twitter archive on there after awhile of not knowing how. Well, recently, I'm not sure how it happened, but it stopped showing my tweets. It told me I was still connected to twitter fine, but I went weeks without having any tweets and I knew for sure that I tweeted last year at least once every day. I disconnected twitter, deleted the app, reinstalled, did everything they told me to do but it still wasn't fixed. Well this has been going on for almost 2 months and I still haven't figured out what's wrong. I've tried many times to reupload my twitter archive but I can't remember how. Thankfully I still get updates from facebook most days but I really would love seeing my tweets.
One of my favorite apps
They have fixed the crashing, and now I'm back to loving this app to pieces! I even have my husband forcing me to post things on fAcebook about what we are doing each day, so that we can look back on it next year. I recently lost my dog to cancer so I love timehopping back to a time where she was healthy and happy. Now I have 2 new puppies that I can't wait to look back at their puppy pictures and reminisce. If you are a sentimental person that loves memories, this app is for you!
Fantastic and fun, but I miss the messages service
I love getting my Timehop every day. I used to share it easily with my other friends who are on Timehop with the messages feature, commenting and chatting about each one shared. Now that it's gone, I have to copy the link to the Timehop and text it to them, even if they also use Timehop. It's cumbersome and a step backward. I rarely use it to share to Facebook or Twitter and never use it for Instagram (who would?) but I used the messages feature every day. Love Timehop, but I miss messages.