When I first wrote about Rando, my desire to experiment with pictures was at its height. I’ve already explained why this app is so appealing to me and I still believe it’s so interesting because it holds a certain dose of mystery on those who send and receive pictures. At the same time, I must admit things have already started changing because of what is probably the main downside of the app: if you want it to work properly, you must activate geotagging and this literally sucks the life out of your phone battery. This is the reason why I think more and more users have recently disabled geotagging, thus bringing the concept the app is based on (anonymity) to its most extreme consequences. Now most of the pics I receive don’t have information on the place where they were taken, but the selection you can see here still had it.
Among them, you’ll see a gorgeous picture from Italy, some cute pets, girls from different locations and one of the favourite snaps I’ve received so far, a night pic from Washington. Don’t ask me why, but it reminds me of this Smashing Pumpkins video, so it’s not hard to see why I like it so much.
You can also see a pic from a (possibly) fellow nail polish addict, which makes me feel less alone in my obsession.
After previously writing about Rando, I know several readers have started using it. Would you like to share your experience in the comments? I’d love to hear from you about it!