Facebook Simply killed Lifestage, the Snapchat-clone it created most Effective for Teenagers

Facebook Simply killed Lifestage, the Snapchat-clone it created most Effective for Teenagers

Facebook has shut down its standalone social networking app life-stage that it released a year in the past for excessive schoolers, media reports stat

Facebook has shut down its standalone social networking app life-stage that it released a year in the past for excessive schoolers, media reports stated.  No longer many people knew about this snap chat-like app as best customers aged 21 or younger may want to sign up for it.
In line with a record within the enterprise insider on Tuesday, life-stage was supposed to help teenagers find and connect with other classmates who went to their faculty. But it in no way seemed to emerge as famous in any experience and had large privacy issues as properly.
“There was no way to in reality put in force the 21-and-underneath rule and all life-stage content turned into usually public and viewable by way of every person, inside and outside your college,” the report mentioned.  Customers were intended to use the app to percentage selfies and videos that each one of their classmates ought to watch instead of sending direct personal messages.
The Snapchat-like app changed into eliminated from the app keep on August 4 and it had no longer be up to date for months. It never figured at the app keep’s top charts at some point in its brief lifespan. “We initially launched life-stage to make it less complicated for teens in us to connect with others at their faculty by way of developing a video profile with content for all of the things that make up their identification,” The report quoted a Facebook spokesperson as announcing.
The app turned into created by 20-12 months-vintage FB worker Michael Sayman to assist young adults to find and connect with different classmates who went to their college.

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