Oct 17th, 2011 publishUpdated   Oct 18th, 2011, 12:21 am

People love to share. No really — I’ve spent enough time around Facebook and Twitter to know that no matter how mundane, how miniscule or insignificant, people really love to share EVERYTHING. I’m not gonna lie — sometimes it feels good to let others know what you’ve discovered something truly great. Whether it be a great eatery or funny video online — I do it all the time. Now, what if there was a way you could share and rate everything in the known universe, to all your friends, across all social networks? Enter Jotly, a universal sharing app that allows you to rate everything from your favorite hiding spot to the blast radius of a cantaloupe. Now your friends will always know what you’re up to and what you really think of that beer left in a hot alley down the street.

Okay, if you haven’t figured it out yet — the Jotly app doesn’t really exist. It was a parody social sharing/rating app from cleverly thought up by the developers Firespotter, who make their own real, functional food sharing app for Android called Nosh. The REAL app lets you rate specific dishes at restaurants cuz, lets face it, that’s what really matters, right?

Firespotter cleverly pokes fun at the whole social/sharing phenomena and since the Jotly video literally made me “LOL” and the app seemed pretty cool, I figured I’d plug Nosh and give you guys a chance to check it out. You can grab Nosh for free right now in the Android Market.

[Via AllThingsD]