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Slated for release to the public tomorrow, Sunday, April 19, 2015, Robocast.com Player has created a system that “auto-browses social media links, including Twitter and Instagram Feeds, Searches, Hashtags and more,” according to a press release by Robocast, Inc., late Friday evening. The new and improved player will be demonstrated to onlookers during an exhibition at Union Square Park at Earth Day NY 2015 and will lead audiences into a visual journey, stuffed with content from Global Earth Day, particularly focusing on the 25th anniversary of Earth Day NY.
As a patented multimedia playlist engine, users are able to sign into Robocast.com with social media logins and literally “play” their timelines, based on search and hashtag results. Each search query will automatically generate an interactive show experience built from status updates, tweets and shared content on that particular subject. Instead of scrolling, the presentation will carry users through each post, utilizing the ability to be paused, resumed and viewed at multiple speeds.
Surviving the “early days of the web,” Robocast, Inc. prides itself on “pioneering automated web browsing and continuing to create new, more efficient tools for consuming web content.” The company has coordinated presentations that uplift audiences through Earth Day initiatives, encouraging community awareness and participation during this special event, while potentially changing the way that we consume and enjoy social media for the rest of our lives.
“The goal has always been to make digital media use easier and more powerful, through familiar controls,” said Robocast CEO Damon C. Torres, inventor of the playlist engine system. “I’m truly excited to enable people to have a deeper engagement with their social feeds through automated browsing with Robocast.”
Robocast works hard to “Automate the Web,” a mission the have worked hard at preserving, since the early nineties. Functioning in any browser, content can be saved from any website, social network and media platform simply by logging in from a favorite social media portal. This eliminates the need to enter additional logins, passwords and/or characters, since users are probably already logged into Facebook and/or Twitter.
Not only are they streamlining the login process, they are eliminating our need to click during our social sessions. The only question left to ask is, will this make us even more lazy, spoiled or allow us to work more efficiently? Only time will tell, but Robocast is certainly taking ease-of-use to a whole new level!