Every people can access their own social media account with the touch of a finger.
This is partly forgivable. We know that millions of people (= millions of fingers) use social media, and this writer is making a statement that applies to all of these people. However, there is some faulty grammar:
I know. It’s crazy. And the same applies to each:
Returning to our opening example we at least need:
However, when we’re talking about people it is much more common to use words like anyone, everyone, everybody or anybody:
Finally, a common expression used to emphasise all of them is:
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