Breaker, a community-focused podcast app founded by Erik Berlin and Leah Culver will now be joining Twitter, one of the most well-known social networking services these days. The official announcement was made by its founder and CEO Berlin through a blogpost, while Breaker’s co-founder and CTO Culver also added some details through a Tweet, of course.
Breaker Now Part of Twitter
“Leah and I have long been enthusiastic users of Twitter, and we’re now looking forward to helping create new experiences for the Twitter community,” revealed Berlin.
According to Berlin, they are impressed by the entrepreneurial spirit at Twitter and that they are enthusiastic about the new experiences their team is going to create.
Breaker to Help Build Twitter Spaces
Culver, on the other hand, unveiled that she is going to be part of Twitter to help in building Twitter Spaces, a place to come together, which was described by the official Twitter account of Spaces as “a small experiment focused on the intimacy of the human voice.”
Breaker to Help Improve the Health of Public Conversation
Furthermore, Michael Montano, the Engineering lead of Twitter, has also broadcasted some other details about the news. According to him, the Breaker team will also to help in improving the health of public conversation in their service.
“I’m excited to work with the Breaker team!” he added.
Breaker Shutting Down in a Few Days
Moreover, it was also announced that Breaker will be shutting down on January 15, 2021. “This will allow us to focus on building what comes next,” stated Berlin.