Social network with no people generates random scrolling content
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In an era when millennials are infamous for having their smartphone to hand at all times, new social network app Binky has launched to fill the gap in the market for randomised scrolling content. The app is marketed as a social network but has no people contributing unlike similar apps such as Instagram and Twitter. Instead, Binky’s creators claims all users want from their apps is to see new content to scroll from, regardless to what it is. Binky shows content ranging from photos of birds to Swiss cheese, with each piece of content known as a ‘bink’. Users can…
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