“Life isn’t lived on an app. Our generation has the opportunity to be the greatest social media influencers: influence a movement to limit our social media use.” – Isaac Stalzer
NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 15, 2019
Ejimoo LLC launches a new simplified social media alternative, offering unique, minimalist features that will change social media habits and our cultural practices for the better.
Users are verified with a phone number instead of an email making the authentication process harder for bots to generate fake accounts.
The Ejimoo social media app allows users to upload photos and 30-second videos with captions maxed to 99 characters. “This 'condensed' approach allows users to share meaningful moments and then get back to creating more,” said Isaac Stalzer, Director of Community Engagement at Ejimoo.
Ejimoo presents a few signature features to include:
- Unfiltered photos and videos are displayed in black and white reminding people what they are looking at is a photo, and not real life. Users can discover the color of the original image with a simple click.
- The “No comment” feature encourages social sharing and aims at eliminating the negative echo-chamber resulting in today’s bullying, trolling, and shaming.
- A profile “bar” that allows users to link all online platforms in one place (Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Twitch, etc.) – a must-have feature for all; however, people will soon see how surviving with less is attainable.
- Off on Sunday. Ejimoo shuts off from 5am Sunday morning to 5am Monday morning. The “less is more” approach is designed to change social media habits and encourage a new way of life – enhance character, not online influence. The idea is to return to and/or hold on to traditional values in the modern world.
The founders of Ejimoo have experienced first-hand the harmful effects of social media on their generation and beyond. At the outset, their mission was to create something additive, not addictive. They have built a product that is intended to reinforce the fulfillment from the experiences themselves, not a compulsive need to seek validation.
“It has been said that cultural products not only reflect the prevailing culture, they shape it. Our hope is that Ejimoo becomes a cultural product that shapes a happier, more vibrant, present society,” said Stalzer. “Life isn’t lived on an app. Our generation has the opportunity to be the greatest social media influencers: influence a movement to limit our social media use.”
For media inquiries, please contact Annie Rivera at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit http://www.ejimoo.com
Feature quote: “Life isn’t lived on an app. Our generation has the opportunity to be the greatest social media influencers: influence a movement to limit our social media use.” – Isaac Stalzer