Listiki is an application that allows users to do one thing – make lists. The types of lists that users make, and the way that they choose to distribute their new creations is up to them. From TV shows to zombie movies, alternative newspapers to luxury automobiles, Listiki’s users have already created lists about nearly every topic imaginable. New users can jump into the fray by editing lists that have already been created or making their own lists based on entirely new topics that they’ve dreamed up from scratch.
To start using Listiki, click “Create a list now!” or search for a specific topic to see if a similar list has already been made. For completely original topics that have never been written about before, creating a list is straightforward and basic. Just type in a title, add all the items you’d like to include, and use Listiki’s drag and drop functionality to reorder the list as often as you’d like. If your friend comes along and decides she doesn’t agree with your list of the best falafel houses in New York City, for example, she can make her own version based on your picks. After she has reordered the list you made – and possibly added a few hidden gems of her own – she can return to the “Average Ranking” to see the overall consensus based on all the similar lists made by Listiki users.
Sharing the lists you’ve made on Listiki is easy. Quickly post a link to your new list on Twitter or Facebook, or email the unique URL to your friends to check out. Although Listiki’s functionality may seem basic for the time being, there is seemingly no limit to the number of ways that users will be able to utilize this web-app as its popularity grows.
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