One app to connect to all social media

  • By Hindu
  • | Saturday | 13th January, 2018

“We are also in talks with other social media platform providers like WhatsApp, and want to help users log into their social media accounts with one touch,” he said. The app, ‘Sprouter’, helps one connect to various social media accounts with just one touch. Soon each one started adding the other on social media giving the different usernames. Mr. Patil said their plan is to add at least one new feature every month and get as many social media under Sprouter as possible. The Android and iOS versions of the app are available on the app stores, or can be downloaded by visiting getsprouter.com.


A new mobile application that might change the way people connect to their social media accounts has been developed by an American student of University of St. Thomas, Minnesota, U.S., Daniel Everist, and is all set to be launched in Bengaluru.

The app, ‘Sprouter’, helps one connect to various social media accounts with just one touch. Twenty-year old Everist was in Hubballi on Friday, along with his one-time teacher Manoj Patil, who is now a teacher as well as entrepreneur, to give details of the app that is already being used by thousands in the U.S.

You can access FB, Instagram etc.

Mr. Patil, a native of Hubballi, director of operations of Sprouter, told presspersons that through the new mobile app one can access Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Spotify, Pinterest and VSCO. “We are also in talks with other social media platform providers like WhatsApp, and want to help users log into their social media accounts with one touch,” he said. Explaining how the app works, Mr. Everist said users can synchronise their accounts with Sprouter, create one username, and on meeting someone new, they can share their Sprouter username and give access to multiple accounts.

The idea first came to Mr. Everist while in a dorm room, when as a fresher at the university, he was introduced to others. Soon each one started adding the other on social media giving the different usernames. Mr. Everist then wondered if there could be an easier way to log into all accounts at once. “The idea took an year to take shape and that’s how Sprouter was born,” Mr. Everist said.

The Android and iOS versions of the app are available on the app stores, or can be downloaded by visiting getsprouter.com.

Mr. Patil said their plan is to add at least one new feature every month and get as many social media under Sprouter as possible. After the formal launch for India in Bengaluru, the plan is to get it launched in the United Kingdom, he said. Stay updated with all the Bangalore Latest News headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ.

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