With MeApp you never run out of business cards and save the embarrassment of not having one. This apps saves business cards on your phone & helps you to exchange them digitally with one swipe.
MeApp provides free templates for creating a professional business card in no time. It identifies MeApp user in the near vicinity via GPS and lists down the name and their business category that easily allows you to decide who to share your business card with. One can then easily share their business card with the desired person. The App also allows the users to share their MeCard with non MeApp users via mediums like, WhatsApp, E-mail, Message and other social media networks.
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Just like you would proudly handover your business card with both hands, this app is designed with a UI to provide a similar experience as a real life scenario. You can swipe up with your thumbs to send a card. In a similar fashion you swipe down with your thumbs to respectfully receive the card. To discard a card you swipe left or right. Once the card is saved, clicking on the phone number, social media link or email address, will redirect you to the desired app.
What if one day you decide to switch your company or change your phone number, email-id or any imp detail? How do you plan on updating your contacts about the same? This App saves the hassle of running around to update your contacts. The Real-time feature of MeApp automatically updates your MeCard in the other user’s app without bothering them with any notifications.
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The MeApp will be launched in the third week of October for Android users and will be soon be available on IOS. MeCard is just a beginning of the other amazing features lined up such as MePass and SyncMe, that will soon bring a huge revolution in the digital world.
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