Jack Dorsey recently showcased out his business guru by cashing-in on twitter and build another one. The sale of Twitter to Elon Musk brought about a lot of controversies amongst users and brands.

Jack Dorsey and Twitter

There were a couple of users who did not seem to have much trust in Musk. For this reason, most users started creating backup accounts on other platforms such as Mastodon and Discord and shared their links on Twitter.

There is a limit to which you can express yourself, and expose others with facts on Twitter and your account will be blocked but Bluesky, promises to be a future-thinking “social internet” that allows users more choices and frees people from platforms.

Jack Dorsey, the co-founder, and ex-CEO of Twitter has launched an alternative micro-blogging site available only on Android devices for now.

The alternative platform, Bluesky, promises to be a future-thinking “social internet” that allows users more choices and frees people from platforms.

Bluesky 1

The app is still in development and only available to access through an invite code.

Download Bluesky

Android Users

  • You can download it here for Android.

iOS Users

  • You can download it here for iOS.

According to New York Post, Dorsey began working on Bluesky as a side project in 2019 with funding from Twitter.

Many users of Bluesky say the app’s current beta version is similar to a pared-down copy of Twitter, Tech Crunch said.

Bluesky

However, demand for the exclusive app has been growing, and the platform reportedly has about 20,000 users in its current form.

In the nearest future, the app developers hope to give users “algorithmic choice,” which would allow them to choose how content is fed onto their screens, instead of a one-fits-all algorithm controlled by the app developers.

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