Mark Zuckerberg's Meta logo looks a lot like Berlin-based migraine app
Metaand revealed a new logo.
- A Berlin-based health startup has taken a dig at Meta over its logo.
- The logo is inspired by the M-sense logo.
In addition to a new name, the company also revealed a new logo. While the name change was met with trolls from both users and other companies, Facebook may now have some real problems with its new logo.
A Berlin-based migraine app developed by Newsenselab “M-sense Migräne” has taken a dig at Meta as the social media giant’s logo seems to be heavily inspired by the migraine app.
M-sense Migräne is a German health startup that offers digital treatment programs for people suffering from migraines and headaches. It was developed by Newsenselab in February 2016. The app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It has over 5,000 downloads on the Play Store.
“We are very honoured that @facebook felt inspired by the logo of our migraine app - maybe they’ll get inspired by our data privacy procedures as well,” said the company in a tweet.
As someone who gets migraines I can confirm facebook privacy policies are a major headache https://t.co/67bgkKSaBd— DappPunk (@dapppunk) 1635746965000
Taking at Facebook’s privacy policies, one of the users replied that the company’s privacy policies are a major headache.
M-sense also took a dig at
We've been told this rebrand to @Meta is causing Mr. Zuckerberg a big migraine — we can help! Just download our app… https://t.co/be6ehJ4DP8— M-sense Migräne (@msense_app) 1635614187000
Luckily for Facebook, it looks like M-sense is not looking to take any legal action against Facebook. In a reply to another user, the company said, “We didn’t say they stole it - we said we feel honoured to have them inspired.”
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