New Apple iPhone app bans negativity
The world of social networking just got a whole lot happier. That's because a Boston start-up has created a negative free site called Happier.
Since its iPhone application launched in February, more than 100,000 users have posted one million happy posts.
Hurtful comments and put-downs are not welcome on the site. An updated version of the app is due out in early August.
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