Project title: webby.io - Keep tabs on what really matters
webby is an app for neatly organising your social media into collections.
Forgoing the over reliance of algorithms, you can group and keep tabs on exactly what you want across multiple social media platforms (reddit/YouTube...)
It incorporates Stellar (+Keybase lookups) for seamlessly supporting content creators all while allowing you to use any wallet of your choice (non-custodial).
Category: Applications, tools, infrastructure.
Create a feature rich app experience for multiple social media - all from one single app
Create a dashboard/portal for content creators to interact directly with their fans (censorship resistant)
Create a mechanism for patron/supportive pledges and rewards across various social media
- Setup general webby.io control dashboard for content creators
- Will function similar to TweetDeck + Patreon/BuyMeACoffee but with Stellar.
- Integrate better hardware tests
- Setup iOS app version
- Reach feature parity with other reddit clients
- Reach feature parity with the YouTube client (within ToS)
- Add general Mastodon (ActivityPub) support (possibly reach feature parity with other clients)
We believe webby will be valuable for Stellar due to the current social media climate being uncertain.
The rampant copyright-claim abuses, the COPPA situation, are all among a few problems plaguing content creators.
By integrating various social media with Stellar + Keybase, it will bring back control and stability for both content-creators and viewers over their feeds and finances.
Funds received will go towards paying for API usage fees (YouTube has a very low free-tier limit); hardware device testing and error reporting, iOS porting as well as hosting fees.
Income will be sourced from the content-creator portal imposing a small fee for posting updates/notifications.
A patron model similar to BuyMeACoffee/Patreon.
Crossplatform development done using React-Native with the initial target platform being Android. Future plans to expand to iOS and the web browser as a good percent of the code can be easily ported over.
Links: APK Download and Previews
Tags: reddit, YouTube, social media, react-native, android, app