Live in the moment, post about it later.
Share photos and 30-second videos freely on our “No comment” platform.
Be yourself, connect with friends, and see what people are doing around the world.
Enjoy a chronological feed, an easy to use search, and an effortless way to link all your online platforms in one place.
Life can be an amazing adventure if you’ll let it. Ejimoo aims to remind you of that by providing a minimalist approach to social media. Follow, engage, post, and enjoy; just remember nothing beats the real thing. Life is colorful, your page doesn’t need to be.
Performance improvements and bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Great social media app the comments steers the app more towards anti-bullying I love it! I’m able to post anything at any time unlike other social media apps where you have to post it at the right time to get a lot of likes and comments. Free expression it’s awesome a lot of my friends and I have joined in on the trend and you should to! Also links to all your other apps so you can just tap on the icon and the followers you have on the no comment app can go and follow you on all your other social media’s great app!
No bots + No arguments in the comments
Love this idea and this app. A place to post pics where I know just my real friends will see them and I don’t need to worry about random people leaving their comments. Plus accounts are tied to actual phone numbers so no email spam accounts are popping up in your requests. So much of social media can be a toxic waste of time; ejimoo keeps it simple.
I feel like the app is a good idea, but there’s 0 algorithm, so posts show up on your explore feed based on he number of likes. So rather than giving new up and coming users a chance to gather a following for them to feel loyal to, you just see the already big Instagram stars that just managed to get their die hard fans to follow them for the hell of it. And the app doesn’t tell you when people follow you, so that’s weird. They really should have worked out a few kinks, or tested it on a demo group before releasing this. And don’t even get me started on the LAG from the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.