Is Summify the answer to information overload and Twitter fatigue?
Social networks such as Twitter are creating a world where information overload is becoming a real problem. Finding relevant content is now a real challenge. This problem of information overload led Mircea PaÅŸoi (@mirceapasoi) and Cristian Strat (@cgst) to establishÂ Summify.
Summify weeds out relevant and interesting information from your social networks. ItsÂ algorithmÂ selects the top five stories based on what your friends have shared and liked.Â You’ll just need to make sure you have friends with good taste and above average intelligence.
- Saves time Â and reduces FOMO (fear of missing out)
- Cuts out the crap e.g. “I’m hungry” “I’m having cereal forÂ breakfast”
- Curates information cross multiple social media accounts
Summify isn’t alone in trying to curate the best content from socialÂ networks. Strawberry JamÂ (@strawberryapp) is another service in this space however, weÂ believeÂ Summify is the best in the market due to its great visual design, simplicity and one-click integration options to log in via Twitter, Facebook, or Google.
While we’re not sure if Summify solves the problem of information overload it does reduce the need to constantly monitor your socialÂ networks in fear of missing something important.Â Try it out and let us know what you think.
Get Start:Â http://summify.com