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Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Just.me, a mobile messaging app created by Keith Teare, co-founder of TechCrunch and partner at incubator Archimedes Labs, which launched on iOS back in April has now gone live on Google Play for Android users. In April Teare said an Android version was due in six to eight weeks’ time.
Just.me is a mobile messaging app with strong social features – supporting private one-to-one messaging, contained group messaging, and public broadcasts, the latter on a public just.me cloud (similar in concept to Twitter or Google+). Other use-cases include the ability for the app to function as a private journal and/or storage service, similar to Evernote.
Teare and co are hoping to surf the post-traditional social networking mobile messaging momentum that’s been giving serious uplift to messaging apps such as WeChat in China, Line in Japan, and KakaoTalk in Korea — which have amassed tens of millions of users apiece since launching in 2010 and 2011. More in the case of WeChat, which now has some 400 million users — around 70 million of whom are located outside its home market of China.