Mevine helps you capture moments of life & build memories forever.
Target Audience: Open to all
Website URL: https://mevine.com
- Visit https://mevine.com. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
- What do you find bothersome? What do you like?
- Are you encouraged to sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?
- How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors like twitter.com and plurk.com?
- Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have.
mevine is all about your journey of life, made up of ups and downs which sometimes are known, sometimes unknown and sometimes ‘could have been known’.
mevine lets you store all these events as they happen, as small notes, and optionally share with friends on mevine as well as on Facebook, if you desire to. Once you start noting your events, it is an inexplicable experience going down memory lane, and once again living in past memories!
2 thoughts on “Mevine – Your Own Lifestream”
I am not entirely certain what the site’s main purpose is, but it seems very much like twitter. Which makes me wonder. What’s new to social media that this site is bringing?
I like the astrological sings assigned to everyone, that seems neat. But site like cozi.com, allow you to jot down a memory and add a pic to it. You do not share each memory with other users, although you can send to friends and family, but it does help to “set” the moment in time. Which I think is the goal here, yes?
Compared to sites like twitter and cozi and aboutone, i cannot say that I would enroll in this site. There doesn’t seem to be anything new and different.
Visit https://mevine.com. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
I really don’t know what the site is about. The little emotion icons make it seem like it’s an ad.
What do you find bothersome? What do you like?
the thing I really don’t like is the emotion icons it seems like it’s a yahoo ad.
Are you encouraged to sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?
I am not encouraged to sign up for a free account because you have to sign up using your facebook account.
How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors like twitter.com and plurk.com?
This site really does not compare to competitors sights it’s nothing new and different.
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