Everyme for Android Review
Facebook and Twitter are both good social network website. However, it seems like people is love to pull their-self away when it comes to personal stuffs. I couldn’t agree more with that. Sometimes, i feel like i want to share something that only my close friends suppose to know about. Using my Facebook account is definitely not a solution since there’s a possibility that over my 300 Facebook friends (or even more) see and read my post.
If you’re happen to experience and exact same feeling, then i suggest you to try Everyme. It’s another social network that allow you to communicate with other people in smaller scale. Privacy is the key point here. Since an official app for Android has been released few weeks ago, i decide to give it a review. Interested? Read my full impression below.
Once you launch the app, first thing that you want to do is create Circles. It is a term that Everyme’s developer used to call Group feature. New member can be invited to this Circles using an email account or phone number. The app will send a message to both of these account and users can immediately answer whether they want to join or decline the group invitation request. Even though the invited users decide to obey the message, he/she will still become part of that Circles unless “No” option is selected.
Start send some messages to other group members after you done with the first setup. Depends on how you invite them, the message will be sent via email or SMS service. Other important features that you should know is that you can “like” someone posts and add your own comment.
One thing that i love from Everyme is the fact that you don’t have to open Everyme web page to become a part of it. For example, every time a new message send into your Circles, Everyme will send you an email to alert you. Then, you can opt to reply the message directly from your email! It should be a good feature for anyone who not too interested on going through the whole signing up process or currently on other social network. Not to mention that each users also opted to join a group or not.
Overall, Everyme is a good social network. The Android app is also work really well at the moment. Off course it might not an everyone’s favorite, but i think that it is pretty cool to have other alternative to communicate within small group of people. However, i will appreciate the app more if developer allow user to upload various type of file, instead of image only. If you want to join a social network, but not too interested on overwhelming features and options, you’re definitely need to give Everyme a shot.
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