Flashgap – The app inspired by the Hangover movie, finally arrives in the US just in time for Halloween.

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Ever sat around with a group of friends the morning after a massive night out, (with an equally big hangover). Trying to figure out what happened? This doesn’t need to happen to you this halloween, or ever again.

Halfway between Snapchat and iCloud’s photo stream – Flashgap, is the new app that will solve that problem. The app has already been a huge success among students in Europe with over over 2 million photos and has just launched here.

This Sunday morning you’ll be able to look back on all the things you can’t believe actually happened.

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The concept is very simple:

Before you start your evening invite your friends to a group photo album.

Throughout the evening each person can take pictures using the app. The catch is that every single photo or video that’s taken disappears in three seconds and remains hidden until 12pm the next day.

And that’s exactly when each participant of the group receives the entire album for better, or for worse! The app has already been a huge success among students in Europe with over over 2 million photos and videos shared in just a few months and is now being launched in the US and is available for free on both iOS and Android.

 Flashgap   The app inspired by the Hangover movie, finally arrives in the US just in time for Halloween.

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Julian Kabab, the founder of Flashgap, dropped out of school to launch the app, and explains the inspiration for the app came from his student life and the modern cult classic film ‘The Hangover’:

“When we were college students, we used to go out with GoPros strapped to our heads, swapping cameras between us throughout the night. The next day, we all woke up in the same flat and watched all the footage. The best bit wasn’t just recalling memories, but discovering everything together at the same time. Exactly like in the end credit scene of the Hangover.”

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