Why Augmented Messaging Could Change How We Chat

Why Augmented Messaging Could Change How We Chat
Millennials

Cyril Paglino, CEO of Tribe, is developing a new way to communicate that blends video and text

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 12 october 2016

With the massive success of messenger platforms such as Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, WeChat and the like, it seems as though there isn’t much space for a newcomer. Against convention then, Cyril Paglino (CEO), Ryan Morris (Head of Marketing) and the rest of their San Francisco-based team are stepping up to the plate with the beta release of their new app, Tribe. Having already tested the waters with an MVP (minimal viable product) which had amassed half a million users while still in its infancy, the crew is confident that their unique blend of ephemeral video messaging and what they call ‘augmented messaging’ will be a home run.

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