BeReal may adopt in-App Paid features
BeReal swiftly gained 15 million subscribers in a crowded social market. Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat have all launched features that capitalise on BeReal’s front-and-back camera set-up and once-per-day uploading gimmick.
BeReal is barely two years old, operating off a $30 million Series A led by Andreessen Horowitz and Accel. BeReal hasn’t found out how to monetize like social platforms with billions of users. According to the Financial Times, the BeReal app would focus on paid features or subscriptions instead of adverts.
Insiders claim the corporation will spend the next year squashing bugs before launching a paid tier. 15 million daily active users must reliably upload photographs to BeReal’s servers virtually simultaneously. “Tens of millions of people by year’s end” is the target.
BeReal may monetize through its Realmoji reactions users may place on other photographs (messaging service Telegram’s monetization has concentrated on emoji-based features like reaction capabilities) or by limiting how much of their historical log customers can read. Our speculation, though.
BeReal may have something to pay for in a year.
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