Miius is the first social microblogging service which allows people to share the way they feel (their moods) with the whole world. October 25, 2011
After over one year of development and having been designed and developed by one person only, Miius finally announces its beta version. Miius is the world’s first social microblogging website which allows individuals or businesses to share what they feel every day (their moods) with the whole world.
Words are always said not to be enough to express what people feel so Miius allows users to color-tag their micro-messages called blurbs (green for normal, yellow for happy, red for angry and blue for sad) so that they can imply their moods in a more meaningful and direct way.
The service allows friends and family to get to know each other better by sharing their moods and finding out what makes them happy, angry or sad every day. Merely looking at the color used by the person that has posted anything will let everybody realize how uplifting or disheartening their blurbs are each day.
Miius also allows people to include videos and photos on their blurbs to enhance that feeling about a certain subject. The service is also used as a feedback or review tool simply by searching and filtering these blurbs by moods about any topic, product, or perhaps a hotel, to find out what people feel about it...How many feel that way?
Miius also goes one step further than simply allowing users to share their moods but also allows them to upload their own videos and create albums on the website too. All their followers will be notified about new videos and photos being posted. Mostly important Miius allows its users to choose a predefined theme or customize the website with their own colors and backgrounds and that is not limited to their profiles but also other pages of the website which are not normally customizable including the login page.
Launched in 2011 a service which allows people to explicitly post their moods on the web and find out what other people feel in a more meaningful and direct way.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebmicroblogging/miius/prweb8903561.htm