How it Works
Discover something new.
Explore step-by-step guides on practically anything.
Share your interests.
Create a guide by snapping photos and videos.
Guides look great on the web, tablets, and phones.
Learn with others.
Chat with people who share your interests.
"Snapguide is one of several recently launched apps and services that tap into the creative and productive potential of mobile devices, particularly the iOS platform. Snapguide and its like are part of a larger trend, something that has only begun to be realized with powerful mobile devices."
"Snapguide, which just launched on iOS, is rethinking the stodgy “How To” guide for a mobile generation...Snapguide was built to be super simple, fast and take advantage of your phone."
"Snapguide today launches to the public a mobile service for creating and consuming step-by-step guides. The app helps users contribute how-tos on topics like cooking, gardening and repairs, by using a template that allows for photos, videos and supply lists."
"Snapguide is incredibly easy to lose yourself in — and I mean that in the best of ways. I started reading one guide, then somehow found myself poking through another. Then another. And another. The design just completely lends itself to making you want to find more to learn."
"You won't find a shortage of how-to guides and websites on the internet, but if you're looking for a dead simple way to create and explore them on your iPhone, Snapguide is a new app that is about as simple as it gets."
"This weekend I’m going to learn how to make tofu. I’m not going to take a class, or use a cookbook, I’m going to follow instructions from a new iPhone and iPad application called Snapguide."
"This app is very easy to navigate through, and provides a wealth of information on how to do a huge variety of projects...For those who are the least bit crafty, this app is a must-have."
"You'll be surprised how easy it is to create and publish a guide, using only your iPhone...Maybe you'll learn a thing or two or possibly get inspired to create a guide of your own."