Google just killed an app you’ve probably never heard of called Shoelace


Google is killing Shoelace, a hyperlocal social networking app the company spun up just last summer from its Area 120 experimental products division. Most folks never got to use it, since it was an NYC-exclusive and, at least at one point, invite-only. Shoelaces formal death is set for May 12th.


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The app claimed to be a way to explore “community-powered events in NYC,” allowing folks to join one of six communities in a handful of social categories, like nightlife, foodies, and lgbtq+ and join meetups/activities called “Loops” — get it, because you’re in the loop?

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