Streamzoo is an unique app that's hard to peg down – if you use Twitter, Tumblr, and Foursquare, you will probably get the gist of what the app has to offer. Like most of the apps here, you don’t have to create a new account; you can simply login with your existing Twitter or Facebook credentials. The user interface is simple enough to follow through,, although we wouldn’t quite say we are fans of its orange and blue color palette.
Nonetheless, Streamzoo offers and extensive suite of editing features, including 14 filter and 15 border effects. If you want to spice your photo up a little more, its tilt-shift feature and advanced editing tools (rotation, hue, saturation, brightness and contrast) will be able to help you with that.
It is important to note that the homepage is instrumental to understanding Streamzoo’s key features (Popular, Streams, Badges and Leaderboard). Clicking on Popular allows you to see a stream of well, popular images across Streamzoo.
The similarities with Foursquare are clearly seen in its points and badges (Ninja Badge, Socializer Badge, Dog Lover Badge, and Foodie Badge) system where users can accumulate them for sharing photos, as well as the number of like received. The Leaderboard, where top scored of the day, week and moth are shown, encourages friendly competition and of course increased activity on their app. Streamzoo also uses hashtags to their benefit; you can add your photos to an existing hashtag (otherwise known here as stream), create a new one or you can search for a specific stream to follow. In a sense, this is a clever way to facilitate photo-sharing and community bonding.