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Reimagining Group Messaging and Inspiring Government Reform: Loop Messenger's Ambitious Mission

Loop Messenger

More organized, less noise

Enhancing Collaboration, Empowering Democracy, and Redefining the Group Messaging Experience

If tech can be used to divide, it most certainly can be leveraged to unite people and solve real world problems”
— Andrew Bauer
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES, December 4, 2023 / -- Loop Messenger, a new startup dedicated to improving human connectivity, has publicly launched its group messaging platform for iOS, Android and MacOS. With an ambitious goal to leverage its community in order to transform government, Loop offers a more effective and organized group messaging alternative to current offerings from big tech.

"If at first an idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it," said Albert Einstein. Loop embraces this philosophy, daring to take on an entrenched industry dominated by tech titans in order to provide a better messaging solution. One that mitigates the noise and chaos that often plagues group chats.

Designed as a mashup between WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger and Slack, Loop creates a frictionless experience for teams, businesses, families, friends and other groups. Key features include:

Conversations organized by topic for easy navigation and clarity

Notification controls at both group and individual conversation levels, ensuring users stay informed without being overwhelmed

Powerful search functionality, enabling users to instantly find specific messages

Spam-free and secure conversations, guaranteeing privacy and peace of mind for all Loop Messenger users

Loop's greater ambition is to attract mass appeal behind it’s mission in order to transform government. Divisiveness and partisan gridlock currently gripping many nations threatens democracy itself. By attracting reasonable, moderate candidates dedicated to compromise and progress, Loop hopes to either reform the two-party system or act as an independent movement promoting alternatives.

"If tech can be used to divide, it most certainly can be leveraged to unite people and solve real world problems," said Andrew Bauer, CEO of Loop Messenger. "We envision millions coming together through our platform to demand representation that acts in society's best interests, not just the powerful few."

Loop Messenger is based in Salt Lake City with team members working remotely across the globe. The company is artificial intelligence free dedicated to human connectivity.

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Company: Collaborative Tools Inc.
Co-Founder: Andrew Bauer

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