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Musubi Group Chat & Play Beta


Like many other group chat programs, Musubi lets you send text, voice, and pictures to groups of friends.

But Musubi has a (growing) family of fun mobile apps:
1) Sketch: Don't just say what you want, draw it!
2) Picsay: You can click a picture, put a mustache on your friend, return, and voila, it is shared!
3) Wordplay: Play word games with 2-4 friends -- the only game of its kind that is free and has no ads, forever!
4) Ebento: Invite your friends to a party and keep track of who is coming.
5) TodoBento: Keep a todo list right in your feed with your friends.

This is a free app--so does it upload my private data? Not at all.
Our research lab at Stanford figured out how to use mobile phones to let users have fun and privacy at the same time.

Other Musubi features:
* Connect with friends across both Facebook and Google+, no extra account required
* Supports the Emoji Keyboard
* Full offline support-- send a message even with your phone in airplane mode, it'll get delivered when you're back online.
* Saves all of your shared and edited photos directly to your Gallery
* Share any type of file with friends

Recent changes:
This update is required to chat using with our new services.
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About Musubi Group Chat & Play Beta
Like many other group chat programs, Musubi lets you send text, voice, and pictures to groups of friends.

But Musubi has a (growing) family of fun mobile apps:
1) Sketch: Don't just say what you want, draw it!
2) Picsay: You can click a picture, put a mustache on your friend, return, and voila, it is shared!
3) Wordplay: Play word games with 2-4 friends -- the only game of its kind that is free and has no ads, forever!
4) Ebento: Invite your friends to a party and keep track of who is coming.
5) TodoBento: Keep a todo list right in your feed with your friends.

This is a free app--so does it upload my private data? Not at all.
Our research lab at Stanford figured out how to use mobile phones to let users have fun and privacy at the same time.

Other Musubi features:
* Connect with friends across both Facebook and Google+, no extra account required
* Supports the Emoji Keyboard
* Full offline support-- send a message even with your phone in airplane mode, it'll get delivered when you're back online.
* Saves all of your shared and edited photos directly to your Gallery
* Share any type of file with friends

Recent changes:
This update is required to chat using with our new services.

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A Google User
Mar 5, 2014
Excellent app ! I like it !
A Google User
Feb 3, 2014
Really cool
A Google User
Dec 28, 2013
C: Is fun
A Google User
Aug 26, 2013
musubi group chat While a bit buggy this is one of the coolest apps I've seen for privacy minded individuals. The notifications don't seem to work right with my samsung galaxy s3 and the sketch app crashes but it is functional otherwise. One of the coolest things is the behind the scenes encryption - absolutely dead simple. I especially like being able to send encrypted voice files to non-technical friends with this app (openpgp email was too difficult to do with them). I'm now wondering what phone was used to develop the app as I'd consider getting it if all works well. Edit: After rooting sgs3 and flashing cyanogenmod the sketch app works fine. The only thing that does not seem to work too well are notifications. Devs don't seem to be responding. Perhaps this project is dead.
A Google User
Dec 1, 2012
Good idea, awfully executed Missing most of the features they advertise. Incredibly hard to understand, and very buggy. Given a few more months and a lot more work, it might amount to something. Uninstalled for now.