Get To Know More About The New App, b.stage

Get To Know More About The New App, b.stage

 

The new app and web-based SaaS solution to connect with your idols, actors, K-dramas, and even your favorite soccer team, b.stage, is finally here! Created by the company bemyfriends, b.stage seems to be the current "it" app for fans.

Now that the app VLIVE has been shut down, many fans wondered how they could be up-to-date and interact with their idols. Well, b.stage offers a variety of not only idols but anything you could be a fan of, with K-POP singers and groups such as Kim Sungkyu (leader of the K-POP group INFINITE), TRENDZ, KARA, Purple Kiss, and KARD being on the platform. Gamer group T1 also joins the list, as well as the soccer club FC Seoul.

With each fanbase having a 'stage,' artists are able to upload messages and videos, as well as announcements, to keep their fans informed. 

These are some examples of what to expect when adding a 'stage' to your homepage:

 

Not only does b.stage allow fans to connect with their idols but also allows anyone to build a platform and interact with people of similar interests. With options such as surveys, memberships, and data collection, b.stage gives it all. It does not limit itself to just artists but to global brands and content creators too! 

b.stage is opening a new way for people to connect with their hobbies, specialties, and interests. Because as their motto says, "Everyone is a fan of something."

To join the community, you can download the app iOS HERE and Google Play HERE.

To be up to date on the latest K-pop news, be sure to check out KpopWise!

Catherine

Catherine’s first love is Nam Woohyun from Infinite and he’s what got her into K-Pop all those years ago as she watched a kdrama for the first time in her life (High School Love On). She’s currently a freelancer in photography and tour staff and has learned about all the aspects of what makes a concert a special memory. She went to her first concert ever in 2017 (BTS: Wings Tour) and since then she has been to 40+ K-Pop shows. Taking pictures to capture all the beautiful moments of a concert is what inspired her to begin photography and to share them to the world. Her love does not only stop at K-Pop but expands to K-Dramas, actors, and even K-Beauty!

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