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  • Photo app makes you wait 12 hours to see drunk pics
  • Photo app makes you wait 12 hours to see drunk pics
    Jamie McCaffrey (2014) ©
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Photo app makes you wait 12 hours to see drunk pics

An estimated 1.8 billion photos are shared daily, and over 27,800 photos are uploaded to Instagram every minute. We are living in an instant, update-driven world. But Flashgap - inspired by the Hangover movies - makes you wait 12 hours to see photos of the night before.

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