Social Flow: A Remarkable Social App launches Kickstarter Campaign

Social Flow: A Remarkable Social App launches Kickstarter Campaign

Social Flow: A Remarkable Social App launches Kickstarter Campaign

Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, Social Flow is a Remarkable Social App to Cope with the Changing Trends of Social Media!

March 15, 2018 ( datsyn.com) – Social Flow is an emerging social app created by Shawn O’Brien to cope with changing trends in the culture and perspective of social media. According to research, people are finally realizing that social media apps are consuming them instead of the other way around. Therefore, he has proudly developed this remarkable app and he is currently raising funds and support on the crowdfunding platform of Kickstarter with a goal to raise $3000.

“Social Flow will be the first app designed to remind people to interact with the people that surround them daily.” Said Shawn O’Brian, while introducing Social Flow to the Kickstarter community. “It will offer basic tasks to get you out of your comfort zone every day and it will enable people to use social media with a freedom like never before.” He added. From smiling at people to complementing them, these social tasks presented by the app will make user’s day more special in several ways.

The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1796500060/social-flow and supporters from around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. Each pledge offers a great reward for the supporters and more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project. 

Social Flow is an emerging new online social networking platform created by Shawn O’Brien to reshape the way people use social apps in the modern-day world. Most apps are using people instead of people using them and the whole idea behind the creation of this app is to redefine those concepts. The project is currently seeking generous support on Kickstarter and everyone is welcome to pledge. 

 

Source: PR