Bluesky Twitter alternative from Twitter founder Jack Dorsey

The application bluesky by Jack Dorsey has been released for Android devices. It's a Twitter alternative that was originally released on the App Store in February. The service is currently accessible by invitation only, according to The Verge.


With its Twitter-like features, the app allows users to search for and follow others, create posts with images, and more. However, it's still in beta, which means it has a limited user base, reportedly around 25.000 people, and has yet to include features like instant messaging.

Join the Bluesky service waiting list from here.

The inception of the Bluesky service dates back to 2019, when it was launched as a decentralized standard for social media platforms, supported by Twitter. The app was officially spun off from Twitter in 2021 and has since joined the list of emerging Twitter alternatives, such as Mastodon, which came to prominence after Elon Musk's acquisition.

Bluesky's primary goal is to empower users to define how they want to experience and interact with social media. Jay Graber, the CEO, explained last month that the app will offer a set of open algorithms, giving developers the freedom to experiment and publish algorithms accessible to everyone.

You can download the Bluesky app for Android from here, but you'll need to join a waiting list to use it. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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