Social media has certainly revolutionized the way people communicate, but social media giants such as Facebook are facing increasing scrutiny over the protection of user data, which is a problem that a new social app called Garden looks to solve.
What's great about the Garden app is that it takes a backseat in one's social life, playing a supportive role rather than taking over one's entire existence. Users can make the most of the app to schedule reminders to stay in touch with people on their contacts list. For example, a user could set a monthly reminder for one person, and a quarterly one for another, depending on how close one is to that specific contact.
This social app also doesn't require users to reveal as much personal information as some of the other common apps do, making this a great option for people looking to leverage social media to improve their personal relationships without compromising their own safety and privacy.