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Tin-Can: text messages without the internet

A project in Ann Arbor, MI by Hubski

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Tin-Can is a one-to-many messaging app that hops from phone to phone without using the internet. Imagine Twitter without the internet.
Backers: 108
Average Pledge Per Backer: $17

Funded: $1,860 of $1,800
Dates: Apr 8th -> Apr 23rd (15 days)
Project By: Hubski
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How Tin-Can Works

April 11th - via:
We've had a number of questions about Tin-Can works, so here are some more technical details: How do I exchange messages with other Tin-Can users? To the outside observer Tin-Can looks like a wifi-hotspot with the ssid TINCAN. Whenever anybody tries... (Read More)

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