Awesome people connecting with awesome people :)
Veryones is a global community of handpicked people who are relevant to each other. Like a modern-day equivalent of a secret society, members socialize, play and help each other win in life.
The app makes it easy and fun for members to connect, whether it's to socialize, share recommendations and travel experiences, shop or just shoot the breeze.
It is built as a private network; people get in by being handpicked — either as part of the initial invite list covering 303 colleges, or in most cases by another member. It should be up to you guys to decide who's relevant to you.
• Introducing Member Perks!
• A new 'I can help with' section on member profiles makes it even easier for you to network with other members
• Various bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Waste of 5 seconds
The only people leaving this app 5 stars are the developers. A very forgettable app in which you download, look at for 5 seconds, don't get "in" and delete. I simply don't care enough about this to go searching for whoever has it on my campus of 70k people. App also runs on the assumption people actually care about this "exclusive" club. Likely no different than any other messaging app, nobody wants to talk to you unless they know you in real life and what happens if the few people who are in become apathetic and don't spread the app? Developers really didn't think this one through. Absolute waste of time, take this L.
If the app does what it says I can see it being promising... Unfortunately for me though, I do not seem to be chosen so I can't evaluate this app fully. Where I go to school, Michigan State University, only 42 people are in out of over 50,000... So even if I was able to track one of those people down and get an invite, which is highly unlikely, I'm not too sure that this app would be of any use to me. While exclusivity can be an advantage, if something is that exclusive where there are barely any members to connect to then where is the advantage at all? In the future I would suggest the developers figure how to manage the spread of the app better, since it seems that many have chosen not to invite others. Even if exclusivity is your goal, zero growth still seems counterproductive.
Honestly one of the most clever app ideas I've seen in a while. As someone who actually made it in as opposed to any of the other reviewers, everyone you'll see on here is really interesting in some way or another, and nearly every profile you come across is very well curated.
It zones people by your college, so it's fun to see whose in once you join the app, knowing it's a secret you share-at least until the app is known worldwide!
Can't wait for this to pick up steam and spread.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.