Mobile app enabling users to handcraft messages with their finger launches for SG50

Social InkA mobile messaging app that allows the user to write or doodle messages with their finger on a smartphone touchscreen has launched in Singapore.

The app, called Ink Messenger, comes without a keyboard so users can use their fingers or a stylus to handcraft personalised messages. It also allows users to curate stickers by drawing or editing their own images.

Brands can set up official accounts and send messages to their followers. They can also set up branded social noticeboards to engage with their fan base.

Ink Messenger has been developed by James Chen, founder of the startup Social Ink. Chen is also executive director of Media Publishers Association Singapore.

Ink Messenger has been launched around Singapore’s SG50 celebrations, with users invited to write or draw celebratory messages on an SG50 social noticeboard.

The app is available on iOS and Android.


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