The search giant, Google is definitely gearing up to provide the best social-media experience to its users. Now, they have come up with Google Shoelace app which aims to connect the users of common interests together.
After shutting down Google+ which was considered to be a tough competitor of Facebook, Google’s Shoelace app will definitely allure you. Here’s all that you need to know about the new app.
Shoelace available in NYC in an invite-only test
Google has created *another* social networking app
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Shoelace https://t.co/VKw1gZf7eN
— Android Central (@androidcentral) July 11, 2019
Google’s workshop for experimental products in Area 120 is building the Shoelace App. And, it is currently available only in New York on an invite-only basis. So, you might be one of those lucky residents from New York who can see people using Shoelace app around you.
Are you also pondering about how the app got the name- “Shoelace”? According to the official statement on the App’s website, Shoelace is aimed at finding the people with common interests in a ‘loop’ like the two laces of a shoe.
How to sign up?
First and foremost, you need to have an active Google Account with at least Android 8.0 or iOS 11.0. Then, install the Shoelace App on your smartphone. The app will further ask you to join the community after proper verification of your profile.
This assures that all the profiles present on the app are credible and not fake. And, in case you find any fishy user while interacting you can straight-away report the account. This ensures your complete safety on the social-media platform.
Benefits of Google Shoelace
This app is a boon for the social animals who love to meet new people and hang out with them. The app lets you connect and interact with the strangers and befriend them. It also keeps you updated about the latest events happening around you like a soccer match or free comedy shows etc. You can also create your own events and invite people to join them.
Google is testing Shoelace, a hyper-local social networking iOS and Android app, based on shared interests around events and activities, starting in NYC (@samrutherford / Gizmodo)https://t.co/3870q4yYznhttps://t.co/C7jvgNsmSy
— Techmeme (@Techmeme) July 11, 2019
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