Fluttr

  • Bangalore, India
  • Media & EntertainmentSocial Media, Networking, Community

Fluttr is a Twitter-style mobile-first platform for communities, helping people speak out freely.

Founded:
2015
Stage:
Beta Launched
Market:
B2C

Startup Video

Featured

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Fluttr: Now Speak Your Mind without the Fear of Being Judged or Criticized by Peers on Campus | iamwire

Apr 08, 2016

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Anonymous IIT app creates ‘Fluttr’ on college campuses | Hindustan Times

Shreya Bhandary, a Principal Correspondent who writes about issues faced by the student community covered our story in March 2016.

Mar 09, 2016


Founded

May

2015

New Product Release

Launched beta at IIT Gandhinagar

Jun

New Product Release

Android app release

Sep

Media Coverage

Featured by Hindustan Times, Mumbai

Mar

2016

Media Coverage

Featured by iamwire

Apr

Jobs


Team Summary

Recent graduates from IIT Gandhinagar, have left our jobs to solve the problem we, as students, felt. We have been the best of friends, roommates at IIT for 4 years; worked on multiple projects, organized events as a team, pulled all-nighters and went on crazy trips over 4+ years. Together, we bring in tech, design, marketing and content skills.

Team


    • Rajesh Patidar

    • Co-Founder

    • Shivam Mani Tripathi

    • Co-Founder

Product/Service Summary

Fluttr presents an easy and fun way to stay connected and anonymously share ideas, thoughts and feelings with your community.

Here, a community refers to a group of people connected by a strong underlying context (such as college, workplace, apartment complex, Tendulkar fans etc.). All posts are private to your community.

How are we different?

A 17-day study by Facebook on self-censorship found that 71% of all users typed out at least one post or comment they decided not to submit.

We are solving this by detaching every possible inhibition that keeps people from speaking up. Fluttr will be the lively, super-engaging community layer of internet for people to stay connected.

Product/Service Descriptions