Path: Why I left Facebook for it.

Path ddd  I love Social Networking.  It’s one of my favorite things to do on the internet.  And now days it one of my favorite things to do on my smartphone. My favorite one of them all was FaceBook.  Do you see what I said there, was, as in past tense.  I loved Facebook up until the whole new Timeline and updated iOS app update.  Now it’s become such a hassle i can’t even use the app anymore.

But then i found this little red social networking app called Path, and it changed my social networking life, from a Facebooker to a Pather.

Lets see what this Path is all about….

 Path was started in 2010 as just a small way to share photos with a close group of under 50 friends.  But with the introduction of Path 2.0 all of that changed.

Path became hugely popular as a mobile and social network journal.  You could do everything from check – in’s and posting pictures and updates.  To letting people know when you go to sleep and when you wake up.  Thats a whole new take on social staking.

 

So why did I make the switch from Facebook to Path.  Well a few reasons.  One is it’s less stale.  Facebook has gotten so over bearing and the new changes are down right annoying.  Also the new Facebook iOS app just plain sucks.  It loads so slow and is just plain boring to look at.  It looks old and cheesy, and you know its just a portal to the mobile website page (admit it Facebook).

Just like a relationship thats gone sour, we need change and excitement and unfortunately Facebook is getting old ugly and boring.  And its time to move on to prettier and sexier things. Path is it.  

 

 

 

 

 

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