A fresh app for Android users called [easyazon-link asin=”B007MOADW2″ locale=”us”]Jolicloud[/easyazon-link] simplifies the task of juggling accounts from several websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Picasa, and Flickr by collecting them in a single space.
What it tries to build is a personal cloud, an aggregate of online content that receives updated feeds from its partner websites. On this cloud, users will be able to perform a search through all the items without having to sign into the various services. The team behind Jolicloud is looking into more partner services in the future, which means that one’s user activities will be further made easier by Jolicloud.
Among the app’s features is its ability to organize the users’ posts, as well as the content they liked and shared on these social networking and media websites. Integrated with Facebook, the users’ contacts are automatically added on the application. They can create Collections, or a group of their favorite things which they can later share with their social network. They can also follow their friends’ Collections, so that they are always up-to-date with what their friends are thinking. If their friends have publicly shared content on services in which they are not registered, Jolicloud also pulls those content into the app.
The app features a clean, clutter-free interface that is able to show images in full screen. It is also integrated with a web browser that has Readability, another service that removes formatting to make content easier to digest for users.
Jolicloud works by first having the user sign into Facebook, as well as other services. To maximize the fun that the app offers, they can invite their friends to download Jolicloud, as well.
The best part, however, of this whole deal is that the [easyazon-link asin=”B007MOADW2″ locale=”us”]app is free for download at Google Play[/easyazon-link]. Since its launch on June 19th, the app has already gotten a rating of 3.8 over 5, and between a thousand to five thousand installs. It has a minimum requirement of Android 2.1 to function.
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