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SociaLink Makes Social Network Connections a Snap

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If you’ve ever met someone at a party or meeting and wanted to exchange social networking information, you know it can be kind of a pain. Sure, you can hand them a business card – even one with a QR code on it – but that exchange of info still isn’t instantaneous, and requires the other party to follow up later. Now, there’s a new app which makes it easy for you to trade information – assuming you both have the app installed, of course.

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SociaLink provides users with a fast way to share their Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram info, instantly adding both you and your new connection to each others networks. Simply start up the app, let it search for nearby phones or tablets, and then choose the networks you want to request access connect to. The other party then accepts, and you’re connected. You can also send social network info via email, but what fun would that be? Check out how SociaLink works in the video below:

You can download SociaLink over on the iTunes App Store for free. There’s not an Android version yet, but there should be one coming in the not-too-distant future.



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