Gleeph, the application that guides your reading choices

S7 years of existence, twenty employees, 500,000 active subscribers who share a library of 30 million books. These are the four key and public figures of the start-up F-451 – reference to “Fahrenheit 451”, a dystopian anticipation novel by Ray Bradbury published in 1953 – better known as…

S7 years of existence, twenty employees, 500,000 active subscribers who share a library of 30 million books. These are the four key and public figures of the start-up F-451 – reference to “Fahrenheit 451”, a dystopian anticipation novel by Ray Bradbury published in 1953 – better known by the name of its application, the brand Gleeph, c in other words, “the written word binds us”. F-451 is the meeting of Guillaume Debaig, microfinance specialist, then expatriate, and Khalil Mouna, strategy consultant for global groups.

The current president and general manager of the La Rochelle company have imagined and developed a book recommendation algorithm. Free, their application, Gleeph, a real social network, allows you to manage your library, share your favorites, receive personalized reading suggestions every day, i.e. a daily stock of 13 books. “The algorithm analyzes the library of all subscribers, makes complicated links between them, suggests relationships between readers (via messaging), recommends reading books that may interest you and tells you, live, where you can find the book you want, closer to home. In addition to the three thousand booksellers connected to the network, we point out the French resellers, outside the Amazon circuit, ”explains Khalil Mouna.

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