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A Black tech entrepreneur wants to transform how people use social media with the Inpathy app.

Feb 15 2022

A Black tech entrepreneur wants to transform how people use social media with the Inpathy app. For the last six years, Ziarekenya Smith has been designing and developing Inpathy, an app “to reduce negative stigmas and enhance understanding in online interactions,” “recreate the human experience,” and build a more balanced environment online. On the app, users can share their stories via audio or video instead of through pictures or text in order to create a more “immersive experience.” When users log in, the app will ask them how they’re feeling and they have the option to update their moods and choose from words like “happy,” “helpful,” “angry,” “insecure,” “hurt,” and more. Users can’t follow other users like they can on other social platforms, but they instead add individuals to their “circle” by sending texts or audio messages to other people’s stories, or by messaging them directly to see how they’re doing. According to Smith, Inpathy isn’t necessarily a mental health app, but a social media app that wants to “normalize discussion about moods and the human experience built on authenticity and transparency.” (TheGrio)