The app, called Sprouter, connects the most popular social media accounts: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Spotify, Pinterest, and VSCO. Users sync their accounts with Sprouter and create one username. Then, when meeting someone new, users can share their Sprouter username and give access to multiple accounts.
It was in a cramped dorm room (hostel) that Mr. Everist first realized this idea could work. He was a freshman at the University of St. Thomas and surrounded by his friends all introducing each other. Soon each one started adding the other on social media giving the different usernames. Mr. Daniel then wondered if there could be an easier way to log into all accounts at once. “The idea took a year to take shape, and that’s how Sprouter was born,” Mr. Everist said.
Mr. Manoj Patil said their plan is to add at least one new feature every month and get as many social media users under Sprouter. After this formal launch for India in Bengaluru, the plan is to get it launched in the United Kingdom, he said.
Why is Sprouter so Special?
There is no other app like this in the world. It is available for Apple, Android, and other tools. Apple took a lot of time to scrutinize on the operating system and finally approved great work of Mr. Daniel Everist.
Meantime, Daniel Everist and his mother Juliet Everist, on their 10-day visit to the nation, enjoyed the Indian culture and the Indian hospitality.