In addition to the slight app change, Path is highly integrated with other social networks like Facebook, and Twitter; when you post a new status on Path, it can be posted directly on your Facebook as well without any effort. This shows that Path understands the importance of other networks, but it also knows that there is information you only want to share with your closest friends/circle –some information can be shared with everyone though so the integration makes sense.
Path states its values as simple, personal, quality, joy, smart, and private; it takes these values and uses them to make its users’ social networking lives match. As users, it expects that the network will help us learn, give us joy, and be the outlet for our expression.
This network allows its users to see who visited their page, viewed their photos, and more. It also lets them personalize the wallpaper for the background of the service; it is simple, but not boring like many of the social networks that do not let users customize the page.
Path is available to Android users now in addition to iPhone users.