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Google comes to app to get people together undertake activities
Google has released Who’s Down, an application that allows the user to indicate that he or she is available to undertake activities with others. Users can also specify in which activities they want.
Who’s Down, which can be loosely translated as “who will?” can be downloaded as an application for Android and iOS contains a simple slider to indicate whether someone is or is not ‘down’. People nearby can then see who is available, to undertake such operations with each other. Of the application users to see which of your friends are free to do something, whereby it is also possible to indicate in what activities, a person sense.
There is built-in chat functionality so that users who have found each other plans to coordinate with each other. The application Google seems incidentally mainly want to focus on a younger audience. For example, the Internet giant asks you to fill in the email address and the school where the user sits.
For now, the application is not free to use. An invitation is necessary to participate, which may be on the website of the application requested, or in the app itself. Google probably has the invitation system has been implemented since the app is still in a test phase; Who’s Down is also not large announced, but quietly put in the app stores for Android and iOS. Moreover, it seems that Google has put regional restrictions on the downloads, so the app can still be downloaded in the Netherlands. It is likely that this restriction is lifted after the test phase.Viewing:-117
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