Specialists from Google are currently working on a new social networking application, Shoelace, which is meant to organize local events
After registering, the user lists his interests, thereby allowing the application to recommend certain local events to him. In addition, anyone can create their own event.
Note that the launch of a new social network occurred a few months after the company officially closed the Google+ project. It seems that Google decided not to try to compete with Facebook, but to focus on a rather narrowly focused project.
At the moment, the application is being tested only by invitation and only in New York. The development team hopes to expand the geography of the application to other cities in the United States soon.
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