It’s not just the people that are growing, it’s also the industry and technology that’s starting to change the way we do things. For the most part, we’re learning how-to communicate in real time, wherever we are. It has been a goal for many companies, to help people communicate with other people – without having to wait for a magical connection to happen, it all needs to happen right here and right now.

[box type=”info” width=”100%”] Brucus offers technology that allows your smartphone applications to communicate in real-time. Using our super easy client libraries, your applications can send and receive entire data structures across multiple platforms. For example, using less than 10 lines of code, you can establish a communication channel between two instances of an application and they can start sharing data. We take care of the communication establishment, serialization, encryption, etc. allowing you to focus on making your app more awesome! [source] [/box]

Brucus is a very new startup, and we shouldn’t expect overly too much from it straight away. It does deliver a promise, to help you, the developer, to create real-time applications that will let you create messaging applications built with user in mind. Stability, flexibility and speed is what’s important to stay on the right course.

  • Send messages and data structures across devices
  • Super easy API via client libraries for all supported platforms
  • Unlimited message length
  • Backend support
  • All the features you will ever need: broadcast, channels, presence, security and much more…

These were some of the features that were listed on the main page of Brucus. The startup promises to have the right security standards by letting you generate your own specific keys, which could never be access or found out about through 3rd party sources. The applications created with Brucus will work with both Android and iOS.

The API is easy enough for a beginner to understand and start building, that’s always a good thing and something people look for.

There isn’t much more information available currently, you can keep an eye out for news on Brucus social streams: Google+, Twitter and Facebook.

I’m sure we will hear more of this startup in the coming weeks, so until then – explore a little and signup for the beta.