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Some Lemonade

Social Network Exploration Tools


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Published 01/03/2011 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Some Lemonade gives users a way to compile many profiles into one place. Users can add photographs and videos from Tumblr, Twitter, Flickr, Picasa, YouTube, Vimeo, Ffffound and more into a single browse-able list. Other users can see their work and share them along with comments. The application offers a basic service and is very easy to use. It takes a lighthearted approach to bringing together many user videos and photographs into one profile that can be shared or reviewed by others. Users can begin by signing into their Twitter account to access Some Lemonade. From there, the user can add other accounts from other social networking websites. After enabling access, the user can then bring photographs and more from their profiles to Some Lemonade. If the user changes their mind about allowing access to one of their profiles, they can easily update settings to remove that account from Some Lemonade.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

The creators of Some Lemonade wanted to make it easier to share videos, photos and compile them into a single profile. The result is the basic functionality offered by Some Lemonade. The site seems to mimic many other similar applications but focuses primarily on photographs. Additional features allow users to mark browsing progress or share images and profiles with a comment.

What are the differences to other apps?

In reality, Some Lemonade is not terribly unique. The application does the same thing many other applications do as well. The only difference is the collection of available services, most of which are also included with other applications. Some Lemonade offers a very light and airy layout with a hint of feminine fantasy that might draw the eye of some users. Beyond that, it seems to offer little in the way of original features or unique functions.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The look of Some Lemonade is one of the main things that makes it stand out from other applications. New visitors are greeted by the pastel image of a playful imaginary castle, complete with pink flags and rounded tree images. This style is prominent throughout the application, giving it an overall feminine feeling that pushes into the realm of all out girly.

How does the registration process work?

Registering for Some Lemonade is very simple and takes a matter of seconds. A new user can click on the large, pink “Sign In” chat bubble button found at the top, right hand corner of the homepage. This automatically directs the user to the Twitter sign in page with the Some Lemonade logo. Users must log in using their existing Twitter account. They can add other accounts after doing so, but this is the required first step. Unfortunately there is no traditional log in or other registration option currently available.

What does it cost to use the application?

For the time being, anyone can use Some Lemonade for free. There are no sign up fees or subscription charges for creating an account. All of the available profiles that can be linked to Some Lemonade are also free. The terms of service notes that the free status can change at any time and without notice. There is no indication that this will change in the near future.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Some Lemonade is a helpful application for users who want to compile photos from their other social networking profiles. The service is simple and seems to have its own personality throughout. Users who prefer a more feminine touch to their online presence can really enjoy Some Lemonade.

  • Log in through an existing Twitter account
  • Link Flickr, YouTube, Vimeo, Tumblr and other accounts
  • Share the profiles of others through Some Lemonade
  • Add a comment when sharing profiles and images
  • Access Some Lemonade for free


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