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Mobile app development continues

Alongside the mobile quality update for web

Fullscreen post view design, pulled directly from our internal design files

Just a short update for today, as we got a little too.. adventurous with our posts on April 1st. It’s now April 2nd at the time of writing, and it has been a full 3 years since the closure of Google+ for consumers. RIP.

The mobile version of the content report tool, enabled by WarpLight Guardian

For those who are still waiting for a (legit) native mobile application, we’re still making progress towards that future. We’re also continuing to develop and improve our designs for the mobile app and web version of Atmos. This requires time, thought, and rigorous hardware testing for both legacy and modern device types. This helps ensure a quality experience no matter which device you choose to use.

Each design in our mobile design file has both a modern (iPhone X & newer) and legacy (iPhone 5 to iPhone 8) version

We hope you’ll continue to stick with us as we keep working to make the Atmos experience better for everyone, everywhere.




We’re developing the next generation of services for those who are ready to move to user-centric, privacy-focused ecosystems that were made for each other, by design, for everyone, everywhere.

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