After arriving at the beginning of March on iOS, Bluesky embraces the same invitation formula and makes its appearance on Android. The project was born in 2019 by the head of Twitter, when the Musk era could not even be imagined and in the role of leader was Jack Dorsey. At that time, he set himself the goal of creating an open and decentralized standard for social media, able to challenge the underlying cone in favor of greater democratization. Thus was born the Bluesky project, which in recent years has continued to grow to become a real application.
Bluesky is based on the authenticated transfer protocol (AT), which is designed to support large-scale distributed social applications and is based on four primary characteristics: account portability, algorithmic choice, interoperability and performance. Here are some screenshots of the Android version.
At the moment the application is not very structured and has four main sections, namely Home, Search, Notifications and Accounts. If you click on the profile picture, at the top left, you can access the settings, change the theme of the application and even send feedback to the developers. Also in this section you can view the number of invitation codes available, which apparently will vary depending on the time of use of Bluesky.
According to initial opinions, the initial version offers a rather simplified experience, but this is obviously a first step. For now Bluesky you can download it from Play Store and to use it there are two modes. The first is by invitation from another user, the second is to subscribe to the waiting list through the link that you find in SOURCE.