Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Record Your Videos With Testify

Testify is one of the first apps in the world which lets you record, edit, share and explore 30 second videos by others. The app is released on Android Google play and already has 40000 users from all over the world. You can download the app from here:

The features of this app includes adding filters to videos, trimming, fast forwarding, slow motion, adding subtitles, adding cool stickers and discovering videos from other users. There aren’t many apps out there in the play store which provide you all these features together.

The founders of this app, Garima Juneja and Gaurav Mishra have previously founded and running a profitable digital marketing company, Viral curry since couple of years. They recently raised seed funds to create this innovative application owing to the increasing smartphone penetration and social media time of audience.

The team says they created this app when they wanted to edit and view short reviews of restaurants and apparel brands around them. They searched Youtube and got videos that were too long. They also found a need for such an app when their media clients and friends asked them to go and record videos of the brand’s clients, add subtitles etc and then make small 30 second - 1 minute videos and post on social media.

Things you can do on Testify:
  • Trim your video
  • Fast forward your video
  • Slow motion your video
  • Add subtitles to your videos
  • Add stickers to your videos
  • Rotate, mute your videos
  • Follow other people, like, share, comment on their videos
  • Explore popular videos from a fast growing community
  • Share videos from within the app to Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp and Youtube.
There is a lot of scope for fun and value in the features that are provided in the app because people can create video chains of things, cultures, scenes and people all around the world on the same theme.

The app revolutionizes the way the world communicates with each other on same topics. If some-one in Paris records a video for support towards Floods in India, people from London, New York, Russia, and any other country can contribute their videos in a fluent manner and get famous fast.

You can contact the Founder, Garima Juneja at +91-9899064347 or write her at

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

She Is The One

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if she throws a tantrum
and sheds a tear
hold her tight
'cause she wants you near

often careful in her manners
but careless when with you
don't shout at her
she is open only to a few

she may fight with you
and miss you when away
she will fight for you
when things don't go your way
she can be tough
and tender too
she is the one
a love so true

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Sunday, May 01, 2016

Shameless Is Good : Get Motivated

Talkwiz Club's "Shameless is Good" India Tour (, in association with NDTV Prime/Profit, is a 90 minute talk to be broadcasted on NDTV Prime in shape of half hour episode by TEDx Speaker Coach Reety Wadhwa. It offers an absolutely radical take on life and all its chaos.The talk has already struck a special chord in the minds of the people from Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata, and now the talk is going to be held on May 15, 2016 in Hotel Rangsharda, Mumbai from 11 AM- 1 PM for 500 participants. This is primarily meant for people who crave for Wild Successes and who understand the importance of getting rid of speed bumps such as demotivation, skepticism and uncertainty for a wholesome existence. In that case, this seems to be a show for all, where each one of us can learn and adopt the teachings for a better life.

Key Inclusions
  • You almost weren't but you are.
  • Hyphenate your life.
  • Woe to Win success stories that will  leave you awe-struck and inspired.
  • Live in the trenches to fly the heights.
  • Lets revisit the cliche.
  • Dream, Desire, Dive.
  • Yesterday you said Tomorrow!
  • Shameless is Good.
  • What is your story?
Attend the talk and take home loads of motivation to shamelessly and relentlessly pursue your professional and personal goals.

About the Speaker

Reety Wadhwa has been a public speaker connoisseur since 2012 mastering subjects like creative thinking and motivation. She banished her corporate life in favor of the profession of speaking and learnt the art of public speaking from Andy Harrington (UK's foremost public speaker). She has spoken to 1000's of people under her signature programs "Shameless is Good", "Think Better, Get Smarter" and "Rock the Stage: the Magic of Public Speaking".

She encourages participants to challenge before accepting, ruffle status quo and revisit the drawing board for life successes. Her talks have helped many move ahead in their careers and have instilled inspiration in many. Her contagious passion for public speaking reflects in her highly energized talks. She has delivered more than 200 talks and has successfully transformed many young minds and budding talents.

Video Snippets from Bengaluru, New Delhi and Kolkata

Official Video Profile of the Speaker

Steps to Register

STEP 1: Enter your Name, Contact No. and Email id at the Form Link:
STEP 2: Press the "REGISTER" button which will redirect you to our payment gateway page.

: Select the no of tickets you would like to purchase by clicking on "+" button
STEP 4: Press the button "PROCEED", and keep a debit/credit card handy.

Last Date of Registration: May 1, 2016

Saturday, April 30, 2016


The train was crowded. I was worried because my bag's zip was not working.

I noticed a middle aged man eyeing my bag.

The train entered a tunnel. When there was light again, a few clothes were missing. The man was going towards the other side. I shouted. A crowd gathered and beat him up. However, he managed to escape.

At the next station, as I was about to get down, I noticed something stuck at my shoes. They were my clothes, which had fallen from the open zip of the bag while the train was crossing the tunnel.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - Z.

Friday, April 29, 2016


When the rain stopped, he ran outside. A stream had formed on the street, on which he kept his paper boat.

'This is my yacht,' he wrote on it, and the boat sailed.

After a while, the boat returned. He was surprised, and picked it up. Below his writings were scribbled the words, 'Am I welcome on your yacht?'

He wrote 'Yes', and let the boat down again. It came back with a smiley.

The newly wed couple laughed and giggled, relishing the memory of their first meet, fifteen years ago, on a rainy day, by their childhood yacht.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - Y.

Thursday, April 28, 2016


The pain was increasing gradually. The doctor suggested X-Ray.

"Why did you jump from the roof like an idiot?" He asked his son.

He kept quiet. He had failed the exam. However, he didn't inform it yet to his parents. They had high expectations from him. He felt guilty of disappointing them and breaking their hopes.

"We will get your X-Ray done tomorrow."

The report came out. A few ribs, and the right leg were fractured. "You will recover soon, and we will celebrate once your result comes out."

The X-Ray showed his broken bones, not his bleeding heart.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - X.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


I was running late for the interview. I looked at my watch. 10:05.

Suddenly the bus stopped. This interview was crucial. "Why isn't the bus moving?" I asked loudly to no one in particular.

And no one replied.

I waited. It seemed almost fifteen minutes had passed. I looked at the watch. 10:05. Still!

And then I realized. The people around me were asleep. The driver and conductor too. The front of the bus was badly damaged. Another mangled bus stood nearby.

A collision.

I got down from the bus, not noticing my dead body lying in the seat.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - W.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016


The ball hit the vase. It fell and shattered into pieces.

Sapna entered the room and shouted, "How many times have I told you not to play inside. Who will pay for it now?"

Rahul replied, "Mom, it's not my fault. Hari hit the ball hard," shifting the blame on their maid's son.

Hari's eyes welled with tears. Sapna screamed at the maid, "Don't ever bring your son here, again."

That night, Hari kept crying with guilt.

Sapna was happy because a diamond ring, thought to be lost, was found inside the broken vase. The vase didn't matter anymore.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - V.

Monday, April 25, 2016


As I descended the bus, it started to rain. Thankfully, I had an umbrella with me.

The young lady who got down at the same stop, didn't seem to carry one. I decided to help.

"Madam, would you like to share my umbrella. I can walk with you till your house."

All of a sudden, she took out a small bottle from her purse and sprayed on me. My eyes burnt, as she ran away crying for help.

She thought I had wrong intentions.

Alas, due to a handful of bad men, good people suffer daily. Just like today.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - U.

Saturday, April 23, 2016


"Hold the tray properly. You are shivering."

As Sheena started walking out of the kitchen, holding the tray of snacks and tea, her mother prayed, "Lord, please let them say yes this time."

Kapil and his parents had come to meet Sheena. Kapil was looking for a life partner, while Sheena's parents too were eager to see her married.

Sheena, wearing saree for the first time, suddenly slipped, the tray about to fall, when Kapil stood up and held her.

"Are you fine?" He asked, she smiled, and love blossomed.

"She can't be a perfect housewife," Kapil's parents thought.

This 99 word fiction is shared with Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - T.