Today we’ve added the ability to browse and join discussion groups on Gliph!
On the web app you can now “Browse Groups,” and we’ve added the ability to view Groups the mobile web and Android from the menu.
After seeing how fun it can be to get started on Gliph and make new friends, we’ve decided to start featuring a selection of them. Some of the first groups we’re featuring are the ones that grew out of the Gliph Community. For example Bitcoin Discussion and Cat Appreciation.
One of the groups we’re excited about is Rick and Morty fans. Rick and Morty airs during Adult Swim on the Cartoon Network and online. The show chose the Gliph group as their official home for for real-time chat for fans.
We’re still exploring what can be done to make public groups great destinations on Gliph.
Here is a complete list of public groups available now, we’ll add more over time. If you have a group you’d like featured on the Groups page, please send a message to Support!
Rick and Morty Fans
New Gliph Users Group
Cat Appreciation Continue reading
Tonight we’re pleased to introduce Gliph Verified Identities.
Gliph Verified Identities allow the Gliph staff to specifically call out notable people using Gliph to certify their authenticity.
The first verified identity is Justin Roiland, co-creator of Rick and Morty on Adult Swim.
We are happy to review requests for identity validation, particularly if you’re participating in Gliph by joining groups or Gliph Marketplace.
We’re happy to announce the release of Gliph 2.0 for iPhone.
For the first time, you can now create, browse and purchase items from Gliph Marketplace from the Gliph iPhone app.
Using cash or Bitcoin to complete a P2P transaction has never been easier! You can chat directly with a buyer or seller, make an offer or leave a deal with ease. Push notifications keep you informed of deal progress.
If you want to pay or be paid in Bitcoin for a listing, just connect your Coinbase or Blockchain.info wallet to your Gliph Account. (Use Bitcoin in the menu)
Updated Activity View
Gliph for iOS 2.0 includes an updated color set and improves the usability of the app. By default, the app is brighter to look at, and +People button has been added to clarify how to add friends or create Groups.
The updated Activity view makes it easy to see items you’re buying or selling in Gliph Marketplace. Listings you’re actively working with are shown right above your conversations. Once you’ve completed or left a deal, these are moved back out of the activity view.
Dark Color Mode
In Settings you can now enable a “Dark Mode” which turns the title bar black across the entire app.
This subtle change to the look of the app may be attractive if you want to keep a low profile and aren’t big on the new brighter default look of Gliph.
Note, you will need to restart the app after changing this setting for it to take effect. Continue reading
Today we released a big update to Gliph for Desktop Web that includes support for Gliph Marketplace, updated user profiles and other stellar enhancements!
Updated Activity Sidebar
The Activity Sidebar (left side of the web app) now shows both recent conversations and the listings you’re actively engaged with in Gliph Marketplace.
You can also Create a Listing or add People or a a Connection or Group from the sidebar.
If you click Marketplace, you’ll be taken to Marketplace Home, which lets you view current deals and past deals you’ve engaged with in Gliph Marketplace.
Buy and Sell using your Laptop or Desktop Computer
You can now create, browse and purchase items from Gliph Marketplace using your laptop or desktop computer. You can take photos and start your listing using the Gliph app for iPhone or Android then finish editing the draft and publish it from your PC. Continue reading