What is MySocialApp?


Samless Social Networking features for your app


MySocialApp’s powerful API lets you quickly and seamlessly implement social networking features within your websites, mobile and back-end applications. Our API powers billions of requests for hundred of apps every month, delivering responses in under 100ms.

Have a look to what you can do with MySocialApp


MySocialApp was built from the ground up during 4 years of research and development and production. MySocialapp brings social networking features to your apps. Save months of development headache and focus on what makes your app unique.

Ease of use

Whether your app exists or not, your app and MySocialApp integrates easily together. Use one of our ten SDKs or RESTful API. Our customers integrate MySocialApp for applications with between 10 and 500,000 users. The flexibility and ease of integration of our solution allows our customers to quickly move into production features that would take months to be developed.


In order to provide the best user experience, we focus on performance - milliseconds matter, and we developed an engine capable of delivering results in a few milliseconds, fast enough to power a seamless, “real-time” experience - the de facto consumer-grade social network experience.

Our ability to achieve unparalleled speed relies on a multitude of factors, many of which are outlined in this blog post (coming soon). For instance, the MySocialApp engine handles the vast majority of computation at writing time, as opposed to at query time. Beyond this, we control the full stack end-to-end. We’ve obsessed over every detail, from obtaining high quality infrastructure (bare-metal servers!) to crafting our own CentOS-based OS painstakingly modified for social network engine performance.

Beyond speed, we focus on providing all the features necessary to build a full-fledged social network experience out-of-the-box: news feed, comment, like, event, messaging, group, and more.


MySocialApp has many built-in features that can easily be configured and used. Take a look at our documentation introduction here

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