An analogue of Twitter called Bluesky was launched by the former head and founder of the social network Jack Dorsey.

It is reported by The Verge.

The app works on Android devices and has a number of features that make it similar to Twitter. Currently, users can post photos and find and follow others. There is no “direct messaging” function, the number of users is still limited.

With the advent of Bluesky in 2019, the app acted as a side project in support of Twitter. After its official spin-off from Twitter in 2021, the app became a Twitter clone, similar to Mastodon.

According to CEO Jay Graber, moderation is the final piece of the puzzle that will open the application to the public. Bluesky will use automated server-level filtering and moderation controlled by admins.

Recall that in the fall of 2022, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey announced a new project and revealed its name.