A startup called Hipster is bringing a virtual personal assistant app to Facebook Messenger.
The Hipster app is called MySpace, and it lets users keep tabs by their profile pictures.
The app lets users see the likes and comments of people on their profile, but also lets users track friends.
Users can also “pin” friends to their profile for quick access.
The company has raised $1 million in funding, according to a post on its website.
“Hive, the app will be integrated with Facebook Messenger, allowing you to manage your accounts from within Hipster,” the company wrote in a post to the Kickstarter page.
“You can keep track of who your friends are, what they’re doing, and much more.”
Hipster launched in January and has since raised $150,000.
It is based in Silicon Valley, but has plans to expand to other countries.
The startup’s CEO, Matt Kostalik, says the app lets people see the posts of people they know, but does not show people the people they don’t know.
“We don’t want people to be afraid of the unknown,” Kostarik said.
“People should be able to tell what is on their friends profile, and we can do that with Hipster.”
Hipsters app allows users to keep tabs of who they know on Facebook, and to “pin people to their account for quick, safe access” for the app’s founders.
The hipster app lets you see who your Facebook friends are and “pin them to your profile for immediate access,” according to the company.
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