November 12, 2019

Launched the iOS App

Quentin Zibra @zibra

After 6 month building the app with a group of 30 beta testers (very active with feedback) we launched our app on the iOs Appstore.

We wanted a soft lunch to test viral growth and gamification, so we didn't pushed too much on communication, we only wrote posts on our respective social network.

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