I like it because it’s like “Bite-sized” videos and “Byte” like a computer byte.
The name is totally fine. It’s short and sweet. Offers up content in bite-sized portions.
It’ll do, pho sho.
I love the name and have to admit was skeptical at first but now I feel like there couldn’t be another name better than byte
Same it took some time to grow on me but now I’m okay with being a byter
I think this topic is still a solid foundation for naming creators @Evan_Myers
It’s hard to judge a name before the app has been made public. I remember years ago when I first heard about “Vine” I thought it was a stupid name and I couldn’t figure out why it was called that. Now, when I hear the word “Vine” I only think of the app and I forget that it’s a plant and the name seems absolutely perfect. Hopefully it’ll be the same with “Byte.”
It’s byte, not Byte.
(okay, the last one is a joke)
You, the community, will come up with the most favorable terms for these things and it’ll be fine. Ultimately: are byters/viners really that different from one another, or is Vine just the name I picked in 2012 that has since become colloquial, and byte just the name we picked in 2018?
the stars have aligned and everything happens for a reason. byte is gen x
never been more woke
I like Byteists.
Definitely have to grow on me, but I dig it though loll. I think it’s different, but my support remains the same!!! I think we should be called byters or byteists, and the videos could be called byts or bits. Can’t wait!
being a byteist kinda sounds like we’re part of a religion. Cool!!!
Bits sounds as beats, we are the beats that give rhythm and sound to the byte app. What about that one eeeeh. But meh, bytestar, byters, it’s the same.
Lol you r right
You’re going to get used to it, but it still sounds good
byte sound like “bite” which in french is a way to say penis so where are my penisers at ?
byeting will be a-dick-tive
We are byters, but I think it would be more catchy to call the videos bytes versus calling them bits. “Hey, look at my new bit.” “Hey, look at my new byte.” I think I’ve made my case here.