Just like the comic strips of 1960s, memes are the new literature of our digital world. They come in many forms and shapes. At times offensive, at others comic and yet always 100% on the point, this is how Gen Z is going to communicate.
If you’re a sketch artist or graphic designer, you may find it extremely easy to create new memes and they need dexterity of hand or Illustrator. But what if you’re not and still want to jump on this bandwagon?
Well! Whale app by Facebook’s experimental app’s team is the answer to your quest. Although it is available in Canada only right now, but when there is a will, there is a way.
To use the Whale app, you either have to click a new picture or give access to your gallery to choose an image you want to create a meme out of. There are also stock photos available without any description to create new memes.
Once you have selected the image, the app gives you freedom to create memes using text, emojis, popular effects, filters etc. The memes can also be made grid wise as we have seen in the Irfan Khan memes.
You can share the meme directly on different social media channels without any hassle. The important thing to note in this development is that Facebook is afraid of losing the Gen Z as they like more advanced apps and are very much weary of the main Facebook app. The NPE team at FACEBOOK understands that just capitalizing the company logo is not going to change the game. If they don’t want to be the Nokia of future, they need to be in the game by trick or treat.
We hope this app launches soon in India as the Tea lovers are quite envious of the maple syrup country for the Whale app.
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