Gen Z women are flocking to an app called Geneva which combines all the best parts of the internet, creators say
Geneva, a group chat app that launched in 2021, has become popular with Gen Z women. The app is being used by creators and brands to built private and personal online communities. Geneva raised $22 million in funding from VCs like Coatue, Base Partners, Inspired Capital.
TheMoonMen. saddie baddies. Snaxshot. These are names of a handful of "homes " on the group chat app Geneva.
Over the past several months, influencers who built their following on platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter have set up homes on Geneva, which are similar to workspaces on Slack or servers on Discord, Geneva's head of community Kim Johnson says. And brands like luxury jeweler Mejuri, Selena Gomez's cosmetic line Rare Beauty, and period care company August have followed suit.
Glasp is a social web highlighter that people can highlight and organize quotes and thoughts from the web, and access other like-minded people’s learning.