After announcing its E.gg experimental app in July, Facebook has now announced that anyone in the US can download it and try it.
In the summer, Facebook announced E.gg – an app born out of its NPE experimental projects division –
You can, of course, share your URL for all to see. Creation on E.gg is app-based, but viewing is web-based, so anyone can view your pages – even if they don’t have the app.
When browsing other people’s pages, you can take bits from theirs and add them to your own – with attribution. Attribution then links the two pages, making it possible to find all people who used the same bits.
If you’re in the US, you can download E.gg on iOS or browse other users’ creations from your desktop at https://e.gg.
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