Facebook has launched a new product from its division which is actually a clone of Pinterest. This name is named as Hobbi which is actually a photo-sharing app where you can “capture and organize your creative process” like cooking, baking, arts and crafts, fitness or home decor. All these features are mentioned on its page in the App Store.
This app is aimed at hobbyists, the app organizes photos of projects into collections so users can track their progress over time. Although it doesn’t have any social sharing component, it can be used to create videos of projects after they’re finished.
Last summer, Facebook introduced its New Product Experimentation team to develop experimental apps that work under the company’s app suite. So far its products have included a meme-making app called Whale, social networking app Bump, and music DJ app Aux. None have achieved significant success.
Hobbi was first released in Colombia, Belgium, Spain, and Ukraine, according to The Information; we found it in the App Store on a US-based phone Thursday evening. It’s compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS 11.0 or later.
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