The Glance app is ready to make a controversial proposal when it arrives in the United States. Lock screen content can be placed directly on the platform. The company is currently partnering with US operators in order to expand.
If you’ve never heard of Glance; it’s a popular app in India; and it already has a large following in Europe. Using the app; users can access notifications, news; and even videos directly from their phone’s lock screen. What’s shown in a user’s browser depends on how they interact with the system.
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Of course, this content is accompanied by advertisements; making it difficult to tell which parts of it are not sponsored. Glance benefited greatly from this business model. Therefore is now looking to expand into the United States. Where they believe users will be more willing to spend money on the app.
It is the operators in the United States who are negotiating Glance’s installation on their devices; while in India Glance works directly with cell phone manufacturers. The main strategy of the app isn’t altered in any way: it’s already on the smartphone.
Within the next two months; the Glance is expected to make its official debut in Uncle Sam’s land. We in Brazil are well aware that a new product introduced in the United States usually makes an appearance in our country a short time later.