On Thursday, it was reported on Axios that Trump may be in talks with a new social media startup to launch his comeback to social media.
According to the report, “Among the social networking apps [President Trump] and his digital adviser Dan Scavino have homed in on is a relatively unknown platform called FreeSpace.”
The report notes, “‘FreeSpace’ bills itself as being ‘backed by science to positively reinforce good habits & make the world a better place.’”
It also talks about “FINDING COMMON VALUES and highlighting them, so people become ‘addicted’ to doing good. FreeSpace encourages the public to share the daily actions & content they believe will add value to their lives and model healthy habits for others to duplicate.”
“The app includes features typical to any modern social network, including an ‘Activity Wall,’ which is akin to a news feed, a customizable profile, and ‘rooms’ which are akin to group messaging.”
John Willis is the current owner of the app, and “is the CEO of Matchstick Media, a marketing agency based in Arizona, as well as executive vice president of Legacy Sports USA, a sports facility in Arizona.”
According to AppTopia, FreeSpace only had around 20,000 downloads since its launch in February.