Bring on the muffin baskets. Nextdoor, a private social network for more than 18,000 U.S. neighborhoods, is moving into its new home on Android.
Wednesday, the 2-year-old company is expanding beyond its Web and iPhone origins to invite more people into its private communities where neighbors exchange critical information, swap last-minute baking needs, get police updates, and coordinate block parties.
Nextdoor for Android comes with the same feature set members find elsewhere, which means people can update their neighbors with goings-on, photos, and urgent alerts. The backwards-compatible application is said to work for 96 percent of Android users.… Read more