Nextdoor the Neighborhood Social Network Launches Android App

Nextdoor, the company that lets people create private social networks accessible only by the people in their local neighborhoods, is debuting its first native Android app yesterday.
CEO Nirav Tolia swung by TechCrunch TV to tell us the latest about the company’s mobile push and give us a quick hands-on look at Nextdoor for Android.

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Comments

Ben ShotSold says:

I do not like the idea to collect data from me in this way is as well

F'n Slow says:

also this guy is ugly motherfucker

Juan Carlos Batman says:

DON’T USE THIS APP!! IS A SOCIAL TRAP AND COLLECT ALL YOUR INFORMATION AND YOUR FRIENDS

F'n Slow says:

stupidest app ever

Jwayne Guffeyjr77 says:

I use this app because we have a lot of funny things going on

Sarah Nichole says:

Don’t use this app! They collect information on you (so much it’s scary), the sell the info to the feds, and the app leads criminals you know those wanting to break in right to your front door. Or if you want your little kids to be lusted after from pedophiles in the neighborhood then use it!

Vashawn Brown says:

Cool

Reggie Love says:

most don’t like their neighbors.

Joseph Foster says:

My neighborhood lead is refusing to delete slander which isn’t true off your Nextdoor website. I’m contacting lawyers to sue Nextdoor if Nextdoor doesn’t take care of this.

ibrahim Pasha says:

george zimmerman app

Nick Donnelly says:

Why did Tech Crunch hire her….so awkward to watch. 

Joseph Foster says:

This gives people the ability to trash talk and gossip and cause problems.

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