Stryke is an iPhone app developed by Global Delight Technologies Pvt. Ltd. This social networking app is the best way to troll and prank your friends. You can also use this app to create meme-style videos that encapsulate the highlights of your day.
If you love to give you friends a hard time, this is a great app for poking fun at your pals in a light-hearted manner. You can take videos and overlay them with funny captions. Your videos become GIFs, which load very quickly and are tons of fun to watch.
This is a great way to memorialize funny moments, or ensure a friend’s foot-in-mouth moment is preserved for posterity. This app seems to have a lot of the same DNA as apps like Snapchat or Vine, but Stryke has a more humorous and long-lasting angle to it.
One thing I dislike about Stryke is the fact that you need to link it to your Facebook account in order to use the app. It would be nice to have at least one alternative means of signing up, particularly for people who prefer other social networks over Facebook.
However, there is a lot to like here. This app has a nice interface, and it is structured around a clever concept. This is a great app for interacting with people you see every day at work or at school. However, it is also good for reconnecting with people you see less often, or people you have started to fall out of touch with.
Overall, if you are looking for a fun social networking app that’s unlike your current selection of apps, it is in your best interest to check out Stryke. Trolling your friends has never been so much fun.
Stryke requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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