Imagine you are in a group of people, and you want to share contacts with each other. How would you do it? Your answer might be Bump, but I’ve tried it many times, and it’s always a hassle – not everyone in the group has the app or want to install it, and even if they had, we would have to bump with each other multiple times. In a group of 3 people it works ok, but with 6 or more people it starts to be really annoying. A month ago I was in a situation like that, where we ended up writing our contact info on a white board, and each one took a picture of it. That’s just unacceptable! The solution for this problem should be simple and universal.
That night I went home and created ShareFrog – a webapp that lets you share contacts the way it should be! It uses a combination of a PIN and geolocation to create a list, where each person of the group can add their own contact info, and then they can add each other to their phone address book by tapping their names. It is a no-brainer!
Try it yourself. Make sure your GPS is active on your phone, go to sharefrog.co/myfirstlist. Then ask a friend that is close to you to do the same. Add your contact info and you are all set. It’s that easy! No downloads, no waste of time 🙂
I hope ShareFrog will help you as it has been helping me, especially at startup and hackaton events. If you like it, share with your friends!