Social networking has become a popular genre of apps in the iOS App Store, and gone are the days when the term was synonymous to Facebook. Today, there are many apps which are focused on connecting people in newer and more intuitive ways. Everyme is a new iPhone app, which blurs the line between group sharing and social networking, as it combines both these aspects in perfect proportions. The whole concept of the app might sound a bit too much like Google+, but overall the app has the potential to prove itself as a refreshing addition to the app collection of your iDevice . Everyme lets its users create any number of Circles (which are groups of contacts), and once you have done that, it is possible to share any sort of content with that group. Read on to know more.
To get started, you will have to sign up for a new Everyme account. Doing so requires nothing more than an email ID, a new password, and your desired username. Once that is done, you will be presented with options to link your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts with Everyme. The data from these accounts will be used to search for contacts to be added to circles. Based on the imported contacts, Everyme might create Magic Circles for you, which are based on your groups on linked accounts. These circles come into being without any work on the user’s part, and will keep you updated to the activity of your friends by gathering information from all their accounts. In addition to Magic Circles, you can form simple circles by tapping the ‘+’ button in the top right corner. Users are allowed to give any name to the group, and a background photo for it can be chosen from the Camera Roll, if you are not satisfied with the default one.
You can share just about anything within a circle, and all the added contacts will be notified via whatever contact modes are listed against their name in your address book. You can attach media to your posts as well, and if your friends happen to be using Everyme as well, they will see it on their phone. Even if they have never heard of the app, the post will be sent to them via email.
Everyme sports a rather very simple concept, but maybe that is exactly where its biggest strength lies. You can download it for free at the following link.