Glassboard Android Public Beta
Hi folks, this is Nick Bradbury. You may know me as the Windows developer who created HomeSite, TopStyle and FeedDemon, but a few months ago I made the switch to Android development.
That was when I joined my good friends at Sepia Labs, and set out to create the Android version of Glassboard. It’s been a lot of work, but today I’m thrilled to announce that the first public beta is available.
So what is Glassboard? Glassboard is a social sharing app for Android and iPhone. Yeah, I know – that sounds like a lot of apps these days. But what sets Glassboard apart is its focus on private sharing.
Facebook and Twitter are wonderful – I share things on them every day. But there are many things I don’t share because I only want to share them with specific people.
This is where Glassboard comes in. When you create a group on Glassboard, you’re the only one who can invite people to share in that group. You can create a group containing only the people you want to share with – perfect for sharing with family members, co-workers, or whatever group you want to define without worrying that others will suddenly show up.
This is, of course, a beta, which means it’s far from done and may look or act weird in places. But if you’re willing to try it out, we’d love to know what you think.
Written by Nick Bradbury