Dom Hoffman created a new creative tool and a social network that went into private beta yesterday. It is schedlued to open to the public later in July. Byte aims to destroy he notion of constraints and see what emerges from the chaos, unlike Vine. How does the app work? There’s a feed of creations from the people you follow, an activity feed , and a place to edit your profile. One of Byte’s more original features is a “soundtrack” button, which lets you create miniature, looping synths that play inside your creations. Byte’s most ambitious tool, though, is the computer — an app launcher within the app that lets you pull a variety of images, text, and memes into your Bytes. The content is selected at random, but you can cycle through it by tapping arrows on either side of the rectangle that houses the content.