Path: THE Mobile Social Network

4 Apr

I know, like some Android users out there it is one social network after another. Between Facebook,Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, and countless amounts of other social “crapworks” why would we want to introduce another? Well, because it works and it works pretty darn well.

Path for Android helps mobile users connect and also keep track of daily events, and also helps you share it with others. Unlike Facebook it will not make your eyes bleed, and different than Google+, not just anyone will find you. Path’s simplicity is what makes the application work with ease, and helps you feel at home. Oh, and did I mention theuser interface is fantastic? . . . Ok, well. It’s FANTASTIC!


Path is the Smart Journal that helps you share life with the ones you love.

You can share your thoughts, the music you’re listening to, where you are, who you’re with, when you wake up and when you sleep, and beautiful high-quality photos. And for those of you who like to share on public networks like foursquare and Facebook, you can easily check-in, and upload photos and status updates directly from Path.

Now, I am not here to review the application for you. NO, I am here to persuade you to use it like it should be used. I am here to tell you my honest opinion about it. If you want a full written review of this app, please check out what the greatMike Lewis wrote here!

Path is a great application, but it will not take the place of your everyday social network . . . at least as of now. If Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ is your drug of choice stick with it. Use Path for more meaningful relationships. I use it to keep track of FRIENDS. People I want to hang out with or talk to on an everyday basis because they fill my life with joy and love. That is all, with people you truly care for.

This is not the site to get as many friends or followers you can get. This is the site to keep your friends, and family closer. Check it out.


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