Private Social Networking Server - The Egg
For all the videos and photos that are stuck on your smartphone and that you don't post on Facebook or Instagram, but still want to show to your closest family and friends.
With up to 256GB of onboard storage, the Egg is a social networking server made for privately sharing photos and videos from a smartphone. Similar to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, when your family and friends are given access to your Egg, they will have a profile and news feed that contains photos and videos posted to the Egg.
Order one now. Try risk-free for 30 days. Full refund if not satisfied.
Users of your Egg can share an almost unlimited amount of private, personal and, in some cases, boring, photos and videos of any length. Oh, and since the Egg is at home connected to your Wifi network, it is under your control, unlike Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, and you no longer have to worry about your personal info being sold to advertisers or your account being hacked.
What is The Egg?
The Egg is a social networking server (similar to an Instagram or Facebook server) that allows you to private message and instantly share videos, photos and attachments with your loved ones, all while keeping your messages and content exactly where they belong: with YOU. No mysterious cloud servers, no logging in/out of third-party accounts - Just you, your friends and family, and The Egg.
Do all this right from your phone using our simple app.
Starting at $99. NO monthly fees
Try risk-free for 30 days. Full refund if not satisfied.
How The Egg Protects your Privacy
When you send messages and share photos and videos using social media or messaging apps, you don't know exactly where they are, how many copies exist or even who's seen them.
When you send messages and share content using The Egg, you know exactly where they are. They stay on The Egg, even when you view and share them.
Protect your Online privacy
Stay connected PRIVATELY with your 'inner circle' of family, friends and colleagues
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