Nextt’s iOS and Android apps for making plans with friends now include a ‘self-destruct’ feature

Nextt’s iOS and Android apps for making plans with friends now include a ‘self-destruct’ ...

NexttNextt, the app that wants to make it easier for groups of friends to make plans offline, has been updated for iOS and Android to include a self-destruct option so that suggested plans now have an expiry date by default. Be quick or miss out, is the general idea.

The update also brought a couple more new features, like better integrated private messaging that allows you to have a conversation with a friend about an event and then use Nextt’s planning features to nail down the who, when and where.

And if your friends aren’t using Nextt, they will now get “hassle-free notifications” via email or SMS. These link to a dedicated space where the unregistered user can catch up on all the event details.

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