Glassboard, everyone's favorite private social network, gets re-designed for iOS 7

Glassboard, everyone's favorite private social network, gets re-designed for iOS 7

Glassboard is a private social network, something that a lot of people find an incredibly attractive to the very public, and often privacy-challenged Facebook, Google+, and like networks of the world. And it's just re-launched with an all new, all-iOS 7 update. I've used Glassboard for conferences for years, and been beta testing Glassboard 3.0 for a few weeks now. It's a great app, and while there's still a lot more I'd like to see it do, it's great to see it getting so much love. (The snazzy new icon by Marc Edwards doesn't hurt either!).

If you've used Glassboard in the past, check out the new version. If you're looking for a way to network, privately, with the people who are important to you, just check it out. (And for more on Glassboard, see developer Justin Williams' recent appearance on our Iterate podcast.)

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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I like the idea of a private social network. The problem is that I don't think most of my friends would ever want another social networking site/app or leave Facebook.
BTW, nice new icon by Marc from but the design he did for the iMore icon is way better.