Merg is a social communicator that allows you to connect all of your circles without ... More
Merg is a social communicator that allows you to connect all of your circles without intersecting them.
Think of every social media profile you have, for every connection you have. Merg allows you to host a profile for each avenue of your life, all under one main account.
A profile for your grandma, your boss, your best friends, your frenemies, all hosted in one place, without ever merging.
With Merg, you’re in the driver’s seat of your communication. Import all your contacts, and choose which profile to connect each contact with.
Merg facilitates changing your dialogue with your recipient. Whether it’s private conversations, or public group discussions, you can communicate without compromising your voice.
Last updated 3 Aug 2021
Published 17 Aug 2021
The relationships that we have with the people around us changes depending on who they are. For example, the things we tell our grandparents aren't necessarily the same things that we would tell our best friends. Likewise, the things we tell our family probably aren't the things that we want our boss at work to know. Yet all could quite easily feature in one of our social media accounts and there are a hell of a lot of them these days. So, how can we ensure an element of privacy between ourselves and those very different people that are part of our daily circle of acquaintances?
Well, Merg is a social commentator app for Android and iOS that gives us the chance to put a little separation between the various people that we have contact with online. It allows us to still have contact with everybody in our social media accounts without having them intersect. Think of the amount of social media apps we might have on our phones right now. Apart from the obvious Instagram and Facebook accounts there could be Twitter, LinkedIn, Messenger, WhatsApp, YouTube, Snapchat, TikTok, Pinterest, Reddit, WeChat and even Tumbler and a whole lot more. Does anyone still have a MySpace account? I'm not sure.
However, each of these apps connects us with a slightly different set of 'friends' who we may not wish to get the same information about us. For each of these social media accounts there's generally a...