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We (the Ning “we”) are seriously excited to finally unveil the first public iteration of the result of long hours of work over the past few months: a new mobile social communication service called Mogwee.
Mogwee is messaging, playfulness and usefulness, all bundled together, all in your mobile device, in real-time, 1-on-1 or in groups. You can share photos or videos, and soon we will add the ability to view nearby restaurants and movies so you can quickly figure out where to go next with your friends.
Mogwee is currently available for iPhone and iPad. Android is coming soon, as are mobile web and RIM versions (although I personally don’t have confirmation about the latter). Go get the app and join in, let us know if you run into any issues, and keep in touch (both at Facebook and Twitter).
- Ning Launches Slick New Mobile Social Tool Called Mogwee, TechCrunch
- Ning’s Andreessen and Rosenthal Talk About New Social Chat Service Mogwee, WSJ, All Things Digital, BoomTown
- App Watch: Ning Tries to Turn Smartphones Into Social Networks, WSJ Digits Blog
- Ning Launches A Whole New Business: A Mobile Chat App Called “Mogwee”, San Francisco Chronicle
- Ning returns with free mobile app, USA Today
- Ning launches Mogwee, a mobile social app of its very own, VentureBeat
Additionally, check out Jason’s post on the Ning blog, Meet Mogwee.
Is anyone else getting spammy invites at Ning as of late? Around mid-June, I started getting a relatively constant stream of invites from ramdon folks all over the map. There is little, if any, rhyme or reason to the invites, other than they mostly (and sometimes rather obviously) pr0n spam. The abuse folks asked me to leave the notifications intact, but after a while, the volume gets a little idiotic, so I started bulk-ignoring them.