News app to make MILLENNIALS care about news

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If you ask Gen Z millennials where they get their news, nine times out of 10 they'll say they get it on Snapchat or Instagram.

Genies, Inc., has launched the Genies app, where you can create an adorable clone of yourself that will bring you news throughout the day, and can be shared with friends on iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Instagram Direct Message, Snapchat, and SMS.

Here's how it works. First, you sign into the Genies app and create a Bitmoji-like animated clone of yourself. There are hundreds of skin tones, noses, eye colors, and articles of clothing to choose from, so your character will be more nuanced, and more trendy, than their Bitmoji competitors.

They're also larger than bitmojis, and while bitmojis tend to look like they belong in an old cartoon, Genies wouldn't be out of place in a Pixar movie. Their movements are smooth, their expressions incredibly lively.

Once you've created your Genie, you indicate the news outlets that you read the most often.

From then on, when you open the app every morning, you'll see a series of around 10 short videos about the news from your specified outlets, featuring your Genie.


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TAGS: BITMOJI, EMOJI, EMOJIS, FACEBOOK, NEWS, MILLENNIALS, APPS, FACEBOOK MESSENGER, INSTAGRAM, INSTAGRAM DIRECT, TEXTING, STARTUPS, TECH

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