Murmur allow all individuals to openly express themselves on the web as who they are, and connect with their peers and the rest of the world in a truly social way without any compromise on their personal data.
How to Use
- Visit the the Murmur website (https://murmurdapp.com) to access the Murmur web version or Download app on Google store or IOS app store. Set up a new EOS address (or use your existing one by importing private keys).
- Install (or access) Scatter (https://get-scatter.com) for the desktop version is recommended. Alternatively, while using the App version you can create a new EOS address or use your existing one by importing private keys.
- Navigate to the Murmur website, Download app on Google store or IOS app store
Functionality & Important Features
Murmur is an open, decentralized social interaction platform that never holds your data or personal information.
Your profile exists independently, separate from the application, and interfaces with the app only for purpose of managing access. This ensures that you retain complete control over the data you share with others, including advertisers and third parties associated with the app, on top of the freedom of content creation. Only remote copy of a user’s public activity is logged in the server. On Murmur, users control their data and convene on democratic governance. It is eminent to note that the murmur app is still in its test Phase.
With a total supply of 1 billion, 495 million is reserved for fundraising and users reward/payouts.
The implementation of the team’s roadmap has set back, as deadlines are not been met.
Although the app is still in its build up phase. it is expected that when fully launched and all issues with security and keeping to deadline resolved, it will be the perfect app for a decentralised social platform built on the blockchain.
However users should be mindful when using the android app as users are expected to input private. As such we would give our overall verdict to be 3 out of 5.
From existing activities, it shows the team is not too efficient keeping to promise in executing tasks as the team has missed the set deadline of updating the app before. The team has a future roadmap of Beta 1.0 version of the dApp release, production release on EOS, SDK and API release state channels for instant private messages, as well as a reward system payments channel and finally Ads network.
With scatter been integrated in the web app it makes the web app more secured as users do not need to input their EOS private keys into the app.
Rating 17/25 = Acceptable
< 13 (avoid) | 14-16 (bad) | 17-19 (acceptable) | 20-22 (good) | 23-25 (exceptional)
Speed on Desktop
Given the app speed on Desktop to be 78 out of 100, we can comfortably say that the app is a fairly fast app having an average speed.
Speed on Mobile
Given its speed on mobile to be 62 out of 100, the murmur mobile app has proven to be of good standing having an average speed which is fairly fast.
First Content Paint
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Time to Interactive
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First Meaningful Paint
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First CPU idle
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Estimated Input Latency
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