A social network that lets you see your friends and colleagues naked has just hit the market.
A naked social sharing platform, Naked, is based on the idea that we need to connect with others in our social network spaces, and so the idea behind Naked is to let us see our friends and acquaintances in the nude, without revealing any personal information.
The company is hoping to bring naked social networks to the mainstream.
Naked lets you send messages to your friends with no personal information, or show off your body with a body-capture app, or even let your friends know that you’re naked.
It’s not available to all people, but it’s meant for those who have an Android or iPhone.
Naked also lets you upload videos to YouTube.
It’s like being naked in the real world, with the internet, but with people naked and naked.
“It’s the next step from being naked online to being naked at home,” said Jonathan Sallis, CEO of Naked.
“People can see people in their homes naked, but we want to bring it to the next level.”
Naked is a platform that is meant to let people see their friends and neighbors in the privacy of their own homes.
The founders hope to build on the popularity of Naked’s body-scrubbing apps, which let users view the bodies of people they have never met in the dark.
“Our aim with Naked is not to bring back the body-skimming, we’re not trying to replace the body,” said Sallas.
“We want to make it really clear to people that this is something that is possible.”
In the early days, Naked had a focus on sharing videos, but the company has moved on to more of an offline experience, said Sillis.
In the future, he said the company will be more focused on content sharing.
“It’s just more of a platform, it’s more about being in your home, sharing things with your friends, with family, with strangers, and with people,” he said.
The Naked social network will be available for both Android and iOS.
If you have a phone that supports the Facebook API, Naked can send you a message.
For Android users, it can also show you what other people are seeing in their Facebook status updates, but this functionality has been discontinued in the latest version of Facebook Messenger.
For iOS users, the app will send you videos.
Naked is based in Australia, and Sallias hopes that the launch will help the Australian economy grow.
“I think that this will be a huge boon to Australia, particularly as it has been a long time coming, so that will be an encouraging thing,” he told ABC News.
“I think this is really the next stage of social networking, and I think the next wave of social media, and then eventually it will really be what people call the new social network.”
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