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Gen Z are going mad for the houseparty app

From Snapchat to WhatsApp, Gen Zers generally prefer to speak to friends outside of the public eye. The Houseparty app is recreating this private space with video chat. Dubbed ‘the internet's living room’, it's winning the hearts of this generation as a way to connect with their mates.

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