There are a lot of new apps for the iPhone and iPad out there, but a new app, Locket, is stealing the spotlight. The game was developed by Matt Moss, and has been ranked #1 on the U.S. App Store in the Social Networking category. If you want a great new way to interact with your friends, you should check out this app.
It was No. 1 on the U.S. App Store
A new social networking app called Locket made a splash when it launched on the App Store on New Year’s Day. The app aims to provide users with a way to capture and share authentic moments with friends.
Unlike traditional social media platforms, Locket offers a unique experience. Its founder, Matt Moss, created the app as a side project. He and his girlfriend used it for six months before launching it. Eventually, they decided to make it publicly available on the App Store.
According to the app intelligence firm SensoLogic, Locket had more than two million downloads in the U.S. and over 1 million installs globally. Currently, the app sits at the top of the App Store’s Social Networking chart. However, Locket’s popularity has dwindled as competitors have emerged.
During its early days, Locket experienced issues. Some users complained that the onboarding process was complicated. Others had trouble understanding the functionality of widgets. But, the company has since fixed those problems. In addition, the app has been able to improve its user-experience with new features.
The app is free to download, but a user must first verify their phone number. Once he or she has done so, the app asks for permission to access the iPhone’s Contacts. After that, users can invite friends to check out the app. When they do, the app pops up a iMessage window where the user can customize the invitations.
It was No. 9 in the Social Networking category
Locket is a new social media app that puts live photos in a widget on the home screen of your iPhone. It turns the ol’ widget system into your own personal social network. The app is a free download and requires users to verify their phone number. As of this writing, it has a little over 2 million installs and ranks as the top social networking app on the iOS platform. Despite this, Locket has fallen in popularity over the last few months as the competition has sunk in.
This app has had a lot to say in the past six months and a whole slew of competition, but the company aims to show off its prowess by offering users an iOS app that will turn their smartphones into a virtual social network. Specifically, they’ve created a photo sharing app that allows users to share live pictures with a maximum of five friends at a time. In addition to their new app, they have also unveiled plans to release an Android version of the product. Their new app is a worthy contender to Twitter’s photo sharing service and Facebook’s mobile tagging feature. They’ve also got big plans for a subscription model.
What’s really a surprise is that the app actually has a reasonably good mobile app store ranking. In fact, the company’s website claims it has about 31% of the app store’s global install base.
It was developed by Matt Moss
Locket is a fun and functional app that helps you to show off your best photos to your friends and family. It works by letting you add a picture on your home screen, which is then displayed to you and your friends when you unlock your phone. In addition, the app has a feature that allows you to show off pictures you’ve taken to your friends by sending them to them. The best part is that you don’t have to worry about storing or uploading them to your phone – you can just let the app do all the heavy lifting for you.
As for the actual app, it’s a free download from the App Store. To get started, you’ll need to give it access to your contacts. After that, it’s just a matter of selecting which of your friends or family you want to share your drool-worthy snaps with. Now you can start a photo album in the process, making your phone feel more personal than ever before.
Although the app’s popularity is on the rise, Moss isn’t taking a big pay cut, despite being a self-described entrepreneur and student of the aforementioned World Wide Developer Conference. Despite this, he has hired a team of people to help him out when he needs it.