American rapper Hakeem Seriki popularly known as Chamillionaire is more than you know about him. The Grammy award winner has been showing much promises on innovation and entrepreneurship in the recent past, but his much recent work on a mobile app has been stealing much focus.
His trending mobile app, Convoz, is more like a social app where users can create and share public collaborative conversations such as thought, opinion, or feeling
Chamillionaire recently unveiled Convoz to a group of investor and entrepreneur at a Summit in Los Angeles, US, and as you can see crowd were left awow.
Cham is aiming to provide sort of alternative to Twitter and piss-off trolls on social media. Yea, not many trolls would find the platform encouraging, with a mandatory facial revelation by users using the platform. Cham says he “wasn’t just happy with the communication channels that are currently existing on social media.”
Convoz works by letting people upload 15-second clips, but developer hopes users will less likely bully or harass others when they show their face and aren’t hiding behind an anonymous digital persona.
Convoz, however, is only available on IoS, at least for now.