MENLO PARK, Calif., May 17, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With nearly
400,000 subscribers in less than 30 days, Everyme, the social network
focused on privacy, today announced the launch of its Android app and
new website as well as significant updates to its popular iOS app.
"Everyme's early success demonstrates the powerful need for a social
network with total privacy," said Oliver Cameron, Co-founder and CEO of
Everyme. "The introduction of Everyme for Android and web, as well as
the updated iOS app, will dramatically expand our reach and solidify
our position as the perfect alternative to Facebook."
Everyme allows its users to share like they do in their everyday lives
-- in intimate Circles. Unlike Facebook and other social networks,
there is no public sharing option for photos and messages, which
ensures the highest level of privacy for subscribers.
Everyme is best known for its breakthrough technology called Magic
Circles, which automatically creates Circles featuring your family,
co-workers, high school and college friends, as well as your
sweetheart. In addition, Everyme helps subscribers find the best way to
keep in touch with friends and family -- through the app, email or
text. Since launch, 40,000-plus circles have been created for Everyme's
Once Circles are created, subscribers can turn on Magic Stories,
another unique Everyme feature. Magic Stories evaluates your social
network feeds, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, and
shares important milestones, including birthdays, promotions, as well
as popular tweets.
In addition, Everyme announced today that its updated iOS app features
an even more beautiful look and feel that improves the overall
Everyme is a social network focused on privacy. Based in Menlo Park,
CA, Everyme's investors include Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock, SV Angel
and CrunchFund, among others. Everyme is currently available for
iPhone, Android, and web. Visit everyme.com for more information.
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