A gender-segregated, non-monogamous social network called GST is now available to all users, and the service is not for profit.
The company launched on Monday in partnership with popular dating site Plenty of Fish, and now has more than 1.3 million users, according to GST.
Users who log in to the service will have their profiles, photos, and other data made publicly available for anyone to see.
GST has already gained popularity on the web, where its platform is now used by a large number of celebrities, including Justin Bieber, Jessica Alba, and Ellen DeGeneres.
The site is not free to use, but it’s an easy way for people to meet new people, connect with new people and learn more about each other.
“The main reason I was interested in this was because it’s a way for me to be socially connected,” said Ryan Littrell, co-founder and CEO of GST, in a statement.
“It’s an opportunity for me and a few other people to make friends.
That’s what we’re all about.”
The app allows users to send and receive messages, browse the web and chat, and upload and share their most recent photos and videos.
It also includes a curated community of curated videos from the likes of Ariana Grande, The Game, and others.
The platform is currently in beta, and has been available to users for free since the beginning of the year.
Littrrell also said that the app will continue to grow and expand as the company grows.
He added that GST would continue to offer more features to users in the future.