Plague: follow the light

December 27, 2014
A new interesting social media tool has surfaced: Plague! Where its predecessors Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn work with friends and followers that actively need to select content, Plague pushes posts from nearby users, based on their geolocation.
After you receive a post, it is upto you: do you want to spread this content by swiping up on your screen, or does the infection end with you by swiping down?  In both cases, the next post pops up after your swipe. Quite, addictive I must say. The more posts you handle, the more infectious you become for your own posts.

After some swipe ups and downs, I thought of an experiment. And then, it was really fun looking how my infection hurled around the globe in no time! See the screenshots below:

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