Cyber stalking your favorite YouTubers is about to be made a whole lot easier. The startup company Victorious will be launching a mobile app this fall that will serve as a hub for YouTubers’ social media content. The new app will allow fans to track YouTubers’ newest videos, Instagram pictures, Vines, tweets and so on.
The app sounds pretty genius, if we do say so ourselves. It probably has something to do with the fact that two former YouTube executives have a hand in Victorious: former global head of creator development and management, Bing Chen, and former vice president and global head of content and operations, Dean Gilbert.
In a statement released to Techcrunch, Chen said that as YouTubers become more popular, they need “a higher level of control, not only over their brand, but over their entire business.” We certainly can’t disagree with him there. Some of YouTube’s biggest names have already jumped onboard to use the app, including Michelle Phan, Boyce Avenue and Shay Carl.
Thank goodness someone finally thought of this, because trying to keep up with everyone’s Instafeed and retweets has been exhausting. Who else is excited to download this app come fall?