One-stop social networking app
Elyments is a free and comprehensive social networking app from Sumeru Software Solutions. This app works literally like a one-stop-shop for everything you might need to connect with other people. You can share updates, converse with your friends, and network with like-minded people. On top of that, you can make seamless voice and video calls, provided that you have a stable internet connection. It has lots of features that you can use, making it a social media super app—that is, if it works when you need it to.
Social media alternative
Elyments is an Indian-made application but functions as a global platform. It works just like popular social apps such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, with its capability to share updates and connect people. It lets you unleash your photography skills with its in-app camera and even has built-in filters and AR characters to take your photography to the next level. Of course, the app also lets you stay abreast of the latest activities in your circle by following their posts, and even stay up-to-date with world news and events by choosing from a variety of topics.
The app also comes with instant messaging features, allowing you to have endless conversations with anyone. It offers lag-free messaging to keep your conversations going. There is an option to have an individual or group chats from within the app, so you don’t have to install a separate program. As noted, the app supports text messaging, as well as voice and video calls.
To keep your data secured, this app uses end-to-end encryption. On top of that, all the servers are hosted in India, providing a breezy experience. However, while the app seems to have everything to rival the social apps of today, it still has a lot of improvements to go through to be a tough competitor. Everything is just too slow, and some of the pages simply keep loading. It also has lots of bug issues and it frequently crashes.
A long way to go
All things considered, Elements can be a worthy alternative to popular social apps. It combines every feature you love and presents it in a sleek and uncluttered interface. However, with its slow loading time and bug issues, it cannot provide the user experience that most-used apps offer. Maybe if the developers iron out these problems, then the app will have the potential to disrupt the best in the market.