The Social media giant Facebook launched their new iOS app, called Lifestage – a sort of video diary or something like that where you can answer biographical questions about yourself to create a visual profile and share it with your school friends.
Meet Facebook’s New ‘teenage only’ app Lifestage
The app Lifestage only works for those who are 21 and younger. It allows you to discover video profiles created by others in your school. In this way, you can learn more about them, as Facebook said in a blog post on Saturday.
One your school in unlocked, you will able to see others profiles in your school community. You can discover others who have the same stuff that you have and connect with them.
This is something like a social place where you and your school mates can connect with each other but they must be in the same school.
Every time someone in your community, update their page or profile or post something, it will show up in a feed prompting to check it out what they updated.
In case, if you are 22 or older, you can only see your profile and will not be able to communicate with any other users and other users as well. However, it is not clear that how the app will restrict users what they can and what not.
The app allows you to select your school so that you can find your mates. But until a minimum of 20 people starts using the app from the same school, you won’t able to see other users.
Sign up process is easy but Lifestage can’t say that people will actually fill the right data. Eg. They claim that they go to in a certain school actually they go to that school.
You can get the Lifestage App from iTunes.