Crumbles is pretty much every millennial’s wet dream in URL form. The new platform allows you to send messages of 25 words or less made up of movie and television clips. The movie mash-up takes phrases and messages and converts them into one second clips that can be sent by copying the URL or via Twitter.
The platform uses an extremely low-key layout with a text box which processes your messages into short audible GIFs. You can then send the movie messages from Crumbles to Twitter or copy the short URL. I have already spent an unhealthy amount of time conjuring up and posting immature messages throughout Twitter. You have been warned that your productivity is now at risk.
They could do with improving a few features. Shockingly the site is not exactly mobile friendly which is reason alone to send anybody to the stocks in 2014. It seems to be calling itself an App but launch may have been a little premature because we couldn’t get it to work on Android or Apple. For now its shareability is limited to Twitter and URLs, ideally it should expand across the social networks. A perfect cross over and/or competition to WhatsApp or Vine.
In terms of content, the dictionary is a little limited and could do with a wider variety of clips for the same words to avoid repetition. This could be resolved by allowing users to do all the hard work by simply installing an uploading tool.
Having said all that, it is excellent and you’ve already read enough so go play with it for yourself here!