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Biz Stone Introduces ‘Super’; Twitter co-Founder’s Launches Opinion-Sharing App; New App Not Designed for Anonymity Comes Free for Android and iOS Devices

Nov 20, 2014 02:01 AM EST | By Adelyn Torralba
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Twitter's co-founder has another mind creation that opinionated netizens would probably love. Biz Stone announced the launching of his second app named "Super" under his own Jelly Industries.

 In his post, the creative director and software engineer introduced the "Super" app which he claimed he had "fun" creating just like what he felt while building the now well-known Twitter. "We had fun building it, we have fun using it, and we hope you will have fun using it too."

The 40-year old tech genius said the happiness that he had while building the Super app is a sign that it will be a massive hit like Twitter. "We laughed a lot while prototyping Super and that was a sure sign we were onto something. I remember doing just that when we were prototyping Twitter eight years ago."

Stone, whose real name is Christopher Isaac Stone, said the new app is not a tech advancement or an application "that can save the world." All he has to say is that netizens or any smartphone users who will try the new app will surely have fun.

Super, which is now available for iOS and Android devices, is the short term for superlative which technically means the best. With this in mind, the seven-man Jelly Industries was able to create an app where users can share their opinions.

The app has several features where users can personalize thus, making the app their own. Super users can also end or start a sentence or edit an image from them or from the app itself. With filters and decorative icons available, Super lets its users voice out their identity and personality as well.

On the other hand, Stone and the entire team cleared that the app does not support anonymity. "Super isn't designed as an anonymous sharing platform." Users can either post their opinions or images publicly or privately.

Super app, where users cannot hide their identity, allows users to know "who said what." Jelly Industries further explained that the new application is "anonymish" as it is somehow anonymous but it does not hide your identity as well.

Stone's second app after Jelly, yes that is an app as well, is now available for free. You can now download Super in your Android and iOS devices.

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