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seyZme for tumblr

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Want your tumblr to reach a wider audience and say more with less effort? The seyZme Extension can help you do that. Give it a try!

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Description from store Do you understand the meanings of these symbols? Chances are someone else in a different part of the world does too! seyZme combines pictures, doodles, and stamps in order to create a universal communication tool. With this Tumblr Extension, you can doodle and stamp photos right on your dashboard to shout out to followers or a select group. Instead of hashtags, seyZme uses stamps. Stamps are symbols intended to be understood no matter what language you speak. Stamps snap to the left corner of the photo, but they can be moved freely around the photo to create new meanings. If you see a screencap of David Tennant in Doctor Who while perusing your dash, you can put the heart stamp in the corner to say you really dig the Tenth Doctor, or you can move the stamp over his suit jacket to show you like the Doctor’s fashion sense. If one stamp is not enough, you can place up to five stamps on the photo to create more complex messages. Post a comment or question, and watch people respond - seyZme lets you express your creativity and receive answers to some of life's most pressing questions, like: "Is this cat temperamental or not?" You can also doodle to add emphasis or creativity to your message. Or don’t. You are a strong individual. We can’t tell you what to do. Once you have crafted your message, it can be sent out using the shout out button to start up conversations with your lovely Tumblr or Twitter followers. Don’t want to send it out to all of your followers? Don’t worry; we’ve got your back. There is a private only option that creates a tiny URL for you to share with whomever you please. Questions, thoughts, comments - please contact us at: [email protected]

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2014-08-23 / 1.13
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