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Google Can't Quit Trying to Make New Social Networks

13 July 2019

Check out everything about the new social networking app from Google.

Even after the shut down of Google+, which was meant to be a Facebook-competitor but it could never quite get to where Google imagined it, the company is reportedly working on another social network.

It seems Google isn't done with social networks.

Much like Shoelace, it started out as invite-only and was used to help people meet up for live events and activities.

As for the name, Google says: "The whole premise of Shoelace is to tie people together based on their interests ... like two laces on a shoe". Area 120, the company that does all of their experimental projects before the tech giant decides on pursuing a product, has announced the arrival of Shoelace, a hyperlocal social networking app. The app asks users for their interests and then recommends a series of "hand-picked" local activities. They will probably enlist community organizers and mangers to help both the curation and the And to protect people's privacy, there will be verification before you can join, although what that looks like still isn't clear right now. It will also suggest events that you might be interested in joining.

Each day, we find the best things happening around you - from pick-up soccer to free comedy shows - so you don't have to.

Just think of all the fun you could be having.

While our goal is to bring Shoelace to cities nationwide, we've made a decision to focus our efforts on New York City at first. Share your views with us in the comment box below.

As Android Police points out, Shoelace is rather similar to a previous Google attempt at an event organizer called Schemer. You can request an invite by filling up this Google form. "We also work hard to make sure that everything you see in Shoelace - from profiles to Loops - is aligned with our House Rules and community standards".

Google Can't Quit Trying to Make New Social Networks