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The ring ID app allows users to enter custom status messages on their profile, and once they connect with friends, friends’ statuses are viewed on the app’s home feed.
With that disclaimer out of the way, it's nonetheless fascinating to see all the experimentation under way to develop new forms of social networking that might take information-sharing into the post-Facebook, post-Twitter, and even post-Pinterest era.
The idea of online communities where people can adopt aliases and virtual identities is as old as the Internet but is taking new twists and shapes as it enters the smartphone era.
Chat app giant Viber is gearing up to introduce a new secret chats feature across its messaging platform later this week.
The move represents an extension to Viber’s recently launched secret messages, a feature that allows users to set time limits for how long a video or photo is visible within a conversation — yes, Snapchat’s bread and butter.