There are oodles of photos that are uploaded on Facebook, Instagram, and on Path, as you know. There are some times when you don’t want to share all the photos to everyone but only to the intimate ones. This can be done by using the photo sharing app called, Everyme.
Everyme is startup that lets you create private news feeds between you and your friends and family.
The startup had launched its iPhone app in April, and an Android app and Instagram integration a month later. Officials from Everyme have raised an additional $2.15 million, from various investors.
Earlier, they had pooled in $1.5 million from various investors including CrunchFund, Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock, Tencent, SV Angel and Dave Morin. Everyme is now a company of seven and is based in Mountain View,California. What makes Everyme app different from others is that Everyme ensures that only the chosen members of a group can upload or see photos. In most other apps, photos are sent out to all social networking sites, like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
Everyme is now being used by thousands of families across the globe, where each family sets up groups to privately share photos between them. Members of the group can respond via text message or email. All these make Everyme one of the fastest, simplest, and most private group sharing apps in the App Store.