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Dispo is getting a second shot at being Gen Z and Millennials’ next favorite photo sharing platform.

Jun 10 2021

Dispo is getting a second shot at being Gen Z and Millennials’ next favorite photo sharing platform. After David Dobrik stepped down as co-founder of Dispo following rape allegations against his Vlog Squad, Dispo has been on hold with some wondering if it’ll resurface. The platform previously garnered mass attention from young people for its new approach to social photos: Dispo’s pics can’t be viewed immediately but “develop” overnight, much like a disposable camera, thus flipping the script on the “curated, perfect aesthetic” uplifted by other photo sharing platforms. Now, the Dispo team is moving forward and has conducted several conversations reassuring investors of their plans to take on Big Tech by being a place for people to experience the joy in snapping pictures. Dispo’s team has attracted new investors too, including Beyoncé and Jay Z’s photographer Raven B. Varona and NBA stars Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala, and the organization is continuing on their mission to create social media’s new photo sharing wave. In April, Dispo was top 10 in the app stores in Germany, Japan, and Brazil and has amassed 5 million downloads with 100 million photos taken. (Fast Company)