Everything is about sharing nowadays.

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Whether we’re expressing ourselves in 140 characters on Twitter or posting pictures of our cats on Facebook, we always seem to be searching for new ways to share our day-to-day experiences.

But what about sharing your gaming glory? Unless you shell out hundreds of pounds on recording software, how will the rest of the world learn of your record-breaking speedrun or awe-inspiring killstreak?

This is your moment

Everyplay is an app which lets you share and watch replays from over 150 mobile games. It lets you record and share your more awesome gaming moments on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

It also lets you share your video with Everyplay’s own online community. And with over a million members already registered, there will be no shortage of eyeballs to ogle your finest virtual hour.

For the next few weeks, we’re going to do some sharing of our own by posting our top five Everyplay videos of the week. Here’s Volume 4.

Pivvot – Bezerk Mode at 100% sensitivity by Wtrebella
This gamer is so talented it hurts our eyes.

Bike Baron – The longest fall ever By Owen1200
This video makes no sense, but you have to watch it through to see the end – if there is one!

Bad Piggies – Nyan cat by Piggery.co
Yay for Nyan…pig?!

Breach & Clear – Clearing an office by FatBuddha
Now that’s a cleared office!

Turbo Racing League – I’m just too fast! by Alec497
This snail is so fast one can hardly keep up.

You can download the Everyplay mobile app to share videos, tips, and tricks, or just chat with other players.

 

You can download the Everyplay mobile app to share videos, tips, and tricks, or just chat with other players.

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