New Scientist – Peach, a new social networking app, aims to give its users more social and political power than the social networks they follow.
New social network peach aims to bring together users from all over the world in a shared space, with a goal of “creating a more transparent, open and collaborative space for citizens and citizens groups to discuss, share and collaborate”.
Peach was launched in December 2017, but was not officially launched until April 2018.
The new social networks aim to help people connect in a new way with each other, by enabling them to easily share and vote on topics.
Users can post to their profiles or on Twitter, and the platforms are designed to be used by a wider audience.
To be a Peach user, you need to have a Twitter account and have access to a local network of at least five other users.
To sign up, you can download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
Peach’s first feature is the ability to “vote” on topics and topics can be voted on by users, or by a select few.
A user can also “tag” a topic in order to automatically post it to their timeline.
Peach also has an “upvote” feature, allowing users to post more relevant content to their profile.
Other new features include the ability for users to add hashtags, tags and tags to their posts.
The company is working to add more features over time, and said it is looking into ways to use the power of Twitter to help spread news.