Sharing pictures, videos and even leaving comments these days typically requires a user to share content from their personal social accounts, while that’s typically fine on Twitter, Facebook and other networks there are certain times when sharing content anonymously may be desired. For that purpose the Go App was designed for iOS and Google Android Apps.
Launched in November for iPhone and this past Friday for Google Android devices users can capture links, discover media and share text snippets without the need for logging into an account.
Sharing information couldn’t be more simple, just choose to share content you discover and it charts on a map that allow other users of iOS and Android devices, along with the GO website to find content and discover shares.
Users willing to share with a username also have that option but personal information does not have to be entered.
For anyone looking to discover new information they can simply click on the GO tab and find uploads in their area or they can choose a subject and choose for certain tags and trending material.
In the meantime the GO App has partnered with Verizon and Casio to promote the program on the use of the G’zOne Casion Commander smartphone.
Here’s one more screenshot from the GO App:
Have you tried GO App? Let us know what you think of the new social sharing application.