We are living in an age of social media bubbles.
What do you do when you’re stuck in a world where the content you consume is largely dictated by what others want to see?
It’s a question that Google is starting to answer.
As part of Google’s ongoing effort to improve its social media experience, the company is developing a social media app called Gap that will let users choose what content to share with their friends and followers on their preferred platforms.
Gap is not an app.
It is a web service.
The app itself will be a web-based service that will allow users to easily share content on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media platforms, according to Google’s release.
Gap will be powered by Google’s open source platform, Google Cloud Platform.
The service will initially run on Google’s own servers, with Google Cloud Storage (GCS) hosting being used for the app.
Google Cloud Platform will be able to host and manage data across multiple data centers.
That way, Google will be more flexible when scaling out the service to other data centers, including data centers on the internet.
Gaps social media platform is also a platform for users to organize their own content, and the company will have the ability to create custom pages and add links to content that users create on their own platforms.
Users will be invited to create a Gap page, which will contain their personal photos, and share the content of their own account with their followers.
When they are done with their Gap page they will receive a notification that says they have shared the content.
When you create a page for a Gap social media account, it will show up on your timeline as a page you’ve created, which allows you to see what people have shared and shareable content they’ve shared with you.
When you share a page, it lets you see how people are sharing with you, how many people are commenting, and how many shares have been made.
You can also see what other people are seeing about your Gap page on the top right of your screen, as well as see other people sharing the same content with you and other people.
If you want to be able access the content on your Gap pages from anywhere, you can simply open the page in a browser and you can browse for that content on the site.
You can also add tags to your pages to indicate where they are shared, so if you have a Gap post that says, “This post is shared from my Gap page,” you can add a link to it, and if you’re sharing it from your LinkedIn account, you will see it on your LinkedIn page.
You can even see who has shared a Gap tag by visiting their profile page.
If there is content that you don’t want to share or you just want to avoid sharing, you have the option to disable that content, by tapping the “disable” button.
The Gap service will be available to anyone who has a Google Cloud account, which means you will not need to have a Google account in order to sign up for the service.
Google Cloud will be used to run the service, and users will be notified when new features are added.