Days is a daily visual diary that makes lifesharing easy and addictive. Instead of sharing the photos you take one-by-one, you share all the moments from a given day as a single atomic unit–"this was my day on Saturday." It's like a social camera roll: rather than deciding which photos to share, you choose what to keep private or delete.
Days answers the question “what did you do today?" and bridges the gap between status updates (which are easy to create but rarely interesting or coherent in aggregate–Facebook Timeline) and anthologies (which have lasting value, but require more effort and forward-thinking than most people can muster–1 Second Everyday).
An average days post has 9.75 moments (photos or GIFs).