New Delhi [India], Mar. 11 (ANI): As the curtains draw on the weekend, working professionals are gearing up for the new week. The most common feeling, however, is to extend the weekend.
As an age-old saying goes, "laughter is the best medicine, particularly to drive away Monday blues." It provides a full-scale workout for muscles, decreases stress hormones and unleashes a rush of endorphins, the body's natural feel-good chemicals.
While the advent of technology demands working individuals to engage in professional duties constantly, it has proved to be a boon as well, as some apps give people a reason to let their hair down.
Here are some tech-based platforms that are constantly looking to develop customer-friendly content:
The platform has recently gained popularity, as it provides users an opportunity to access interesting content on smartphones. Buzzfeed provides five sections- LOL, WTF, OMG, CUTE and Trending for users to select and find things as per their interest. One can find latest political jokes, YouTube videos, fresh pics of movies and music stars and much more.
Talking Tom is a kitten that one can feed, sing and communicate with, available on tablet and smartphones, and is popular among both kids and adults alike.
Instant Buttons is an original soundboard that offers many funny and quirky sounds that one can use anytime.
Musical.ly is an app to create lip-sync videos. One may shoot a video of 15 sec and choose one of the effects from- slow-motion, time-lapse or hyper speed. One can also use various filters and effects to enhance the videos, select one of the music tracks or add their own. The final videos can also be shared on social media.
Cheez is a 17 sec video app created by Cheetah mobiles, where one can create, discover and share funny videos. It also has a wide range of interactive features and offers a huge selection of live filters, voice changers, stickers, and music. It contains game-like features such as 'Dance Off', which displays a scrolling set of dance moves that users must replicate. The app also uses image sensing technology to grade users' performances.