Key West, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/18/2014 -- The internet has been likened to ancient Egypt in its worship of cats, and cat pictures are among the most populous of any topic online. Such is the fascination with these adorable predators that a new iPhone app has been developed to become the next big image sharing app. Tag A Cat was launched three weeks ago after months of development, and is a free resource for those who can’t get enough of taking and sharing pictures of cats.
The app is now available exclusively through the iTunes and the App Store and registration is open, with hundreds of users already flocking to download Tag A Cat and share photos of their own cats, their friends cats, and even cats they find in the street.
Tag A Cat aims to become a worldwide phenomenon just like the cat pictures they play host to, and will show the true diversity and real lives of cats around the world through photos. The app is already being used in nine different countries, and this number continues to increase.
The app allows users to tag cat pics with relevant fields so users searching for cats can find them through the simple but powerful search function, enabling the creation of new memes and trends.
A spokesperson for Tag A Cat explained, “Tag A Cat is a fun and free iPhone app for people who can’t get enough of cats, and want to share their own cat pics with likeminded people. The app took months to develop to ensure it has a robust framework that can handle the popularity we are sure it will achieve. It offers a simple and intuitive user interfaces that can help people to create their own feed of new cat pics, so there will never be a dull moment when using Tag A Cat. The app is available now, so why wait to download it and see for yourself!”
About Tag A Cat
Launched 3 weeks ago, Tag A Cat is an iPhone social image sharing app exclusively for photos of cats. It is their goal to allow other cat lovers to view and share pictures from all over the world, demonstrating how funny and cute these adorable pets can really be. For more information please visit: http://www.tagacat.net/