Google’s Slide unit, which, like YouTube, is free to operate independently within the company, has developed a group messaging app for Apple’s iPhone.Read through to get comprehensive information on the disco app.
So What is Disco?
Disco is a free group texting service (Google bought that too). When you sign up, you’re given a new phone number and invited to go on an SMS rampage, texting anyone and everyone, whether they’re on the Disco service.
Marketing that goes viral! Let’s hope Apple responds sooner rather than later; otherwise, this type of awkward intrusion could quickly become annoying. Remember that Disco uses your iPhone’s text message plan.
So if you intend to Disco until you drop, make sure you have a carrier plan that supports it. AT&T offers unlimited texts for $20 per month, while Verizon offers 5000 texts for the same price.
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How Does it Work?
They purchased it for $255,000 at Domainfest last year (approx Rs. 11,393,400). Slide created it, a social app developer acquired by Google for $182 million, and Disco is the company’s first app since the acquisition.
Although Slide is owned by Google, it operates independently within the Google system, and this project is unrelated to Google’s “Plus One” social projects.
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What will be the Future of Disco?
Is Disco, however, too simple to compete with the advanced features that other groups messaging services are implementing?
Keep in mind that Facebook is (guess what?) a group messaging company, so expect Facebook chats to capture a larger portion of the chatty ocean.
Frequently Asked Questions
Disco is a simple service puts Google in the hottest new trend for app developers, joining the ranks of GroupMe, Beluga, Fast Society, Kik, and (too) many more.
Disco is very likely to make its way to Android and even integrate with Google Voice.