An image from the new Star Trek communication app, Star Trek Communication Image, was posted to Twitter and Instagram Tuesday.
The image, which was originally taken by Axios reporter David Hoberman, shows the USS Enterprise and several other Star Trek-themed ships.
The caption says: “The USS Enterprise is now the largest vessel in Starfleet’s fleet.
This new app will give you an incredible view of her as you interact with her in Star Trek.
Take a look around the Enterprise and tell us your thoughts about her.”
The tweet went viral and received nearly 4 million retweets.
The app was originally created by the online communications firm Axios, which also created the Star Trek communicator app.
The app’s creator, Axios CEO Brad L. Peacock, told Business Insider in July that he planned to develop the app with Axios co-founder and CEO David Einhorn.
Axios is currently seeking funding for the app’s development.
Star Trek Communications Image has been designed with two objectives in mind: to provide an intuitive and intuitive user interface and to help users share information in a more professional and professional manner.
The goal is to make the app accessible and useful to the broader audience that Axios serves, Peacocks co-CEO, Chris Anderson said.
The company has raised $1.1 million in a seed round of financing from Google Ventures and Founders Fund.
The funding will allow the company to launch a public beta version of the app for iPhone and Android.
Peace said he’s looking forward to launching the app to more users in the near future.
“I believe this is the next logical step for Axios to reach the broader market,” Peaclocks co-founders, Anderson and Chris Anderson, told BizPac Review in an email.
“We want to make communication technology more accessible to everyone and that includes those of us who are not necessarily tech savvy or even tech savvy enough to understand the technicalities behind it.”
Peacocks goal for Star Trek Communications is to “bring more communication technology into the mainstream,” Anderson added.
The two co-founded Axios with Peacons father, Michael Peacocker, in 2014.