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I’d go a step further - even if it had an Android client, it would still be 100% useless to me.

Hold on, don’t go away just yet, I believe it’s actually a really cool social network (and I actually do, I’ve been drinking that kool-aid heavily). First of all, it’s called Vero and it’s primarily an iPhone app for now. The twist is that it’s privacy oriented AND explicitly not monetized through advertising the selling of user data! This is really important to us, what’s shared there stays there and is only visible to the people it’s shared it with, no third party!

iPhone only and iOS 8+. My close friends circle will be a very small circle.
Anyway, I’m looking forward to share my first post.

I’d go a step further - even if it had an Android client, it would still be 100% useless to me. I know, MVP and all, but I really do wonder why anyone would use a social network with that low of a market share.

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As a biased person, mostly because it’s different in the approach that it sees itself as the product and not the user.

I’d go a step further - even if it had an Android client, it would still be 100% useless to me. I know, MVP and all, but I really do wonder why anyone would use a social network with that low of a market share.

As a biased person, mostly because it’s different in the approach that it sees itself as the product and not the user. I can tell you that this is not a “let’s see if it sticks to the wall”-project but the CEO behind it is passionate about it and has the resources to support it.

Also, I put a ton of work into all that blur. That alone should be reason to use it!

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