Phinkit is a relatively new social network worth getting excited about!
I was lucky to start using Phinkit when the new ‘social network’ was just taking its first steps and completely fell in love with it. I’m now checking and posting every day just as I would do with Facebook or Google+ for example.
When I started thinking about writing this review, I realized I don’t exactly know what exactly Phinkit is; or rather, that it’s very hard to define as one of the existing types of social sites. Sometimes it’s like Facebook, other times it feels like a more laid-back LinkedIn, when going through the home page it kind of looks like a social discovery site and at times it’s a content curation website. Kind of hard to give it just one name, right? They describe themselves as a “social multimedia website” and if Phinkit is anything to go by, we’re going to see many more of these services pop up. Yet even though it has so many different features, it isn’t confusing at all as you can get the hang of it in a matter of minutes, and the interface is very user-friendly. They even offer a guide to Phinkit that only takes 19.7 seconds to go through – it really is that easy to get the hang of!
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