A new app by the California-based startup, Socialeyes, aims to bring the spontaneity of the real world to the mobile social network arena.
With the Socialeyes app, users can share their real-time moods, plans, pictures, and specifically their location, with their contacts. Unlike traditional social media outlets, the location and activity-based app seeks to bring users together through their present and future plans, adding a new dimension to their social networking experiences.
“There is a certain spontaneity to life that no social media application can capture, and that is the gap that Socialeyes looks to close,” Socialeyes CEO and founder, John Kagit explained.
The platforms aim is to give users a real-time sense of knowing how their friends are doing and where they are, and for example, if they are up for having a drink or if they are looking to go on a run with someone. The app then notifies friends within a specific radius allowing them to take the opportunity to join you.
“Unlike traditional social media that looks at where you have been, the things you have eaten and general past experiences,” Kagit said, “Socialeyes focuses on connectivity in the present and the future moments, allowing users to be natural and to make spontaneous plans.”