The future of social networks is still uncertain.
It’s unclear how the next social network will work, and how we’ll interact with it.
Some of the most popular apps on the App Store already offer a social sharing interface for sharing content with others.
But they can’t share your content with everyone on the app.
That’s why I’ve spent my career designing, building, and selling apps.
And I’m now starting to see how we can create a social networking app that does.
The new app, Decentralize Social, lets you send and receive content from the social network you use most, and you can do it from your phone.
Decentra Social will launch on Android and iOS on April 15.
If you have an iPhone or a Windows PC, you can download the app from the app store.
For Android, you’ll need to download the Decentrally Android app.
I’ve also built the Decently Social app for Android.
If your company or organization doesn’t have a social media platform, you could also start building one.
I can’t say enough about the power of an app to build a network.
Decently has more than 1 million monthly active users, and I’ve used it to help people share news, share photos, and more.
The app can handle many kinds of social media: We recently started to support LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, as well as Facebook Live.
And Decently is currently developing the Decents Social platform for social media sharing.
I’ll cover how Decentre social works in my next article.