How to Download and Login to Spill Social Media App

It's time to Spill some beans!

As a new year has just begun, let’s try out something worth fun. Spill the tea and do not regret it. How? With the new social media app called Spill. Amidst established platforms like Twitter and Facebook, Spill aims to be a breath of fresh air. Set your foot front for the new year and let’s see how to download the app and login to your profile. Let’s get started with it. 

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How to Download Spill Social Media App

Spill allows users to be involved in visual conversations, where they can express their thoughts by combining text with images, videos, GIFs, and more. Currently, its Android app has not yet been released on the Google Play Store. However, you can download the Spill app from the App Store on iOS devices. 

1. Once downloaded, launch the Spill app, fill in all the details on the Create your account page, and tap on Continue.

Launch the Spill app, fill in all the details on the Create your account page, and tap on Continue

2. Enter the confirmation code received on your email ID in the text field and tap on Continue.

3. Upload your profile picture, select the location, and follow the on-screen instructions to log in.

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Spill Social Media App Review

Spill allows users to engage in visual conversations at the speed of culture, that’s what they say. Users can share their thoughts in the form of text with images, videos, GIFs, and more. Features such as Fresh Tea for trending content and My Brew for posts from people you follow make the platform quite interesting. But is it worth your time? Let’s dive into its pros and cons:


  • Unlike the negativity often found on mainstream social media, Spill introduces a positive and supportive community.
  • It emphasizes visuals and memes that are more refreshing content than just tweets.
  • Several cool features like story threads and sips (reaction buttons) add a distinct twist to the experience.


  • Spill still has a relatively small user base. So, your posts might not reach a broad audience.
  • Its unique features and focus on visuals might take some getting used to for those accustomed to traditional social media formats.
  • As a beta app, there are some uncertainties about data privacy and how the app handles user information.
  • Focus on culture drivers and Black Twitter references might not resonate with everyone and could turn away users outside that specific community.

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We hope our blog on the Spill social media app helped you log into the new platform and learn more about it. If you have any queries or suggestions for us, do let us know in the comments section. Stay tuned to TechCult for more such informative blogs.

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