Social networking seems to have caught the global markets quite big. This bug has become an inevitable part of human existence these days, almost. And now, here is yet another social networking bug to bite you. Tubri, a novel kind of social network, is based on real-life relations and will let the user manage different relations with different people in different ways. Read on for a detailed review.
Compatible OS: Bada 1.0
Download this App: Tubri – Real Life Social Network for Samsung Wave and Wave II
Supported Phones: Wave(S8500), Wave II(S8530)
Tubri – Real Life Social Network – Samsung Wave App Review
Pros & Cons:
- A fast-growing network.
- Selective sharing and handling relationships.
- Provides integration with camera.
- The app can be made more useful and productive.
- Scope of improvement in graphics.
Some interesting facts about Tubri is that you will be entitled to assign labels to different people and then whatever activity you do with one label of people, will not be visible to the other labels of people. This is a cool feature. Moreover, the people will not come to know which label you have assigned to them.
- Use the feature of selective sharing.
Tubri – Real Life Social Network – Samsung Wave App Ratings
The interface design of the app is cool, but seems to lag in some way. The app can be made more appealing. So, a score of 6 out of 10 in this genre seems worthy.
The usability of the app is great and novel. A score of 9 out of 10 in this genre seems deserving enough for the app.
The app is available for free and this is the best thing about the app. People may at least try the app and do not need to invest in the app before knowing what it is. If they don’t like it, then they may remove the app as well. So, a score of 10 out of 10 in this regard seems perfect for the app.
There is scope of improvement in the graphics of the app and thus deserves a score of 6 out of 10 in this regard.
The functionality of the app is great but limited. There is scope of making the app more productive. So, a score of 7 out of 10 in this regard seems apposite.
Finally, as an overall rating, I think the app should be given a score of 3.8 stars out of 5.