Google launches Schemer in Invite-only mode; get your Invite here!

Google has launched Schemer, a new web application that will allow ‘schemers’ to explore and discover new things. Schemer looks to be a Google+ app and tied into Google+. This makes it social and easy for folks to use.

In Schemer, users create, share and do “schemes.” A scheme is any activity that can be done in on this planet, whether it’s ordering a favorite drink at a restaurant or swimming on the beaches of Miami.

Any Schemer user can create a scheme. A scheme can be as simple as a short blurb such as “Make your own curry”. What makes a good scheme, a great scheme? Include additional information such as category tags, locations and comments to help users discover and learn more about your scheme!

Some examples of schemes include:

  • Customize Windows
  • Play the guitar at a rock concert
  • Watch every movie made by Woody Allen
  • Drive down to Miami for a dip in the ocean

We started out as a scrappy team of Google engineers who wanted to help people do fun stuff in the real world. Whether it’s exploring a new city, checking out a friend’s movie recommendation, or just finding new activities for your weekends, Schemer lets you discover new things to do, share schemes with friends, and make the most of your day,” says Schemer’s team.

Get Google Schemer Invite

Currently, Schemer is Invite-Only. But if you want an Invite, I will be able to give you one here. Simply put in a request here in the comments. Make sure that I will be able to access your email address, when you comment and not your Facebook Profile URL. I will simply give it to the first 20 40 who comment here. If you wish you can also get them at TWC Forums – thanks to Mjj.

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