Social Media Made Simple With MEKS

“Michelle is the Social Media & Client Coordinator with a passion for communication and the media. Having recently graduated with a degree in mass media, and dreams of ruling the world, Michelle brings a fresh take on all things news – technology, politics, and yes, even sports. Her love for people makes the job something she loves, which is obvious in all that she does for the studio. @misontweets

Though all social media apps have the similarity of bringing people together, they are different in the way they bring people together. Twitter uses words. Instagram uses photos. Vine uses video. Though these popular apps have their specific use, these apps even share means of sharing and connecting across platforms.

For most, it is important to have all of these apps in order to stay connected, but it would be helpful if all of these elements could be found all in one easy to use app. If there was one app that used all the features of social media (text, photos, video and interacting), that would be ideal for any social media user looking to connect with anyone.

MEKS is a social media platform that offers all of the features of all of your favorite social media apps, but in one app! MEKS allows users to post photos, videos, statuses as well as add friends, plan events, messages, and more.

MEKS is an ideal social media platform because it is able to keep up with whatever needs a user may need in a social media site and adds to its features as needed. This platform is great because it’s goal is not only give you exactly what you want from a social media platform,

MEKS is everything you want in one app! If you are interest learn more at the website or watch our video review below:

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2 Responses to Social Media Made Simple With MEKS

  1. Does this app happen to work on an iPod Nano? Because the device in the picture looks like an iPod nano.

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