Simplifi Me

Simplifi Me

App Apes Verdict
  • User Interface - 8.5/10
  • Functionality - 9.5/10
  • Inexhaustibility - 10/10
  • Originality - 5.5/10
User Rating: 4.8 (5 votes)


Simplifi Me is an Android app and soon to be iOS app that embodies the concept of simplifying social media use. The idea is executed in a clean and user-friendly manner and should appeal to a large market. If there is one thing that people will pay for, after all, it’s convenience. Simplifi Me, a free download, offers such convenience and all without money even being an issue. The app allows users to connect to both their Facebook and twitter in one responsive app. With Simplifi Me, users can easily see the activity of friends across platforms. The app also allows users to post to multiple platforms at once, thus saving valuable time.

While the user interface is not thrilling by any means, it is clean and professional looking. Some users may even prefer the simple appearance and it certainly fits the theme of the app: simplification. The app’s walk-through provides a thorough tutorial on how to set up Simplifi Me. After the initial setup, using and posting to multiple social medias becomes quite a bit easier. As such, this is a great app to serve as a tool in simplifying social media use for those less electronically literate. For grandparents and older parents who did not grow up using computers, for example, Simplifi Me is a way to help them keep track of family updates across the popular social media platforms of Facebook and Twitter. The use of the app is limited only by the posting of friends and family and by the user’s desire to post to social media. In other words, it’s potentially inexhaustible.

Simplifi Me does utilize banner ads, but these advertisements are non-intrusive and should, in fact, help set users’ minds at ease, as the app is clearly monetized by ads and not by selling user data. The main issue with Simplifi Me, however, is that connecting to and posting to several social media sites is not an altogether original concept. In fact, Hootsuite, Buffer, and All Social Media can do this to several social media websites. Nevertheless, Simplifi Me is a good option and sound choice to use if Facebook and Twitter are your staples as they are for the majority of the population.

Overall, Simplifi Me is a good way to save yourself the hassle of posting to multiple social media sites one after the other and is a great way to stay updated on friends and family. Android users should give it a try and iOS enthusiasts should keep an eye out for when Simplifi Me hits the App Store.


App Pros

App Cons

  • User-friendly Interface
  • Simplifies Social Media Usage
  • Walk-through Tutorial
  • Allows Simultaneous Posts to Facebook and Twitter
  • Banner Advertisements (Subtle)
  • Largely Unoriginal Concept


App Description

Simplifi Me – Simplifi Me allows you to manage all of your social media by following your friends across social media platforms including posting simultaneously to multiple social media and commenting on Facebook posts. You can share pictures and videos to Facebook and Twitter simultaneously and like Facebook posts and comments. You can also like tweets, Retweet and send personal messages to twitter contacts. Unlike other “all in one” social media apps it is NOT just links to various social media platforms. Are you tired of trying to keep track of family and friends across multiple social media platforms? The concept for Simplifi Me came about when my mother-in-law (don’t tell her that I told but she is a senior citizen) told me that she didn’t follow her grandchildren on social media because it was too complicated and she didn’t want to, or couldn’t, sort through all of the posts she has on different social media looking for their posts. I said to myself “there must be an app that allows you to view posts from multiple social media for individual friends and family members”. However, no matter how much I searched it just didn’t exist. Consequently, I set out to create an app that would allow users to follow their friends and family without having to sort through thousands of different posts on different sites to do so. I also made sure that the user interface is clean, clear and easy to read and that the app is intuitive and easy to use. This makes Simplifi Me a snap to set up and use for senior citizens and everyone else who doesn’t want to have to worry about hundreds of settings and bells/whistles. Now you can manage your social media accounts and keep in touch with friends and family across multiple social media without having to dig through all those posts that you don’t want to see. You can sort all of your social media by contact – making it easy to see what they’ve posted on Facebook and Twitter (email and additional social media platforms coming soon). You can then comment on posts, like posts and comments or take most other actions that you would normally through each individual social media app all from within the Simplifi Me social media app. You can also post to multiple social media platforms simultaneously including sharing Pictures and Videos! Aggregr8tor, LLC focuses on apps with a clean, simple user interface that are easy to set up and use. Simplifi Me was originally developed for use by senior citizens to follow their loved ones across multiple social media.


  • Thorough Walk-through Tutorial
  • Simplifies Social Media Use
  • Simultaneously Post to Facebook and Twitter
  • User-friendly


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  • George Heym

    Thank you, overall a very fair review. I did want to point out what I feel is a minor inaccuracy regarding originality. All Social Media contains links to many social media platforms, however, it does not allow posting to or following contacts across multiple platforms at once. Both Hootsuite and Buffer allow posting to multiple platforms at once (and are probably better at this aspect for business users) but neither allow users to follow contacts across multiple social media and comment and like posts. Simplifi Me is currently the only app which does all of those things.
    Thanks, George Heym

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