Story about the five best social voice-messaging apps included APPetitePR’s client QWiPS.
Tell the story behind a photo or video by annotating it with a QWiPS voice tag. The app lets you record up to 30 seconds of audio that you can share. QWiPS will let you tag SMS messages or add it to an email like a voice signature. Like other apps you can use the map function to search for nearby voice messages.
“Have you been inspired by the philosophy in Keith Ferrazzi’s bestselling business bible “Never Eat Alone”? Then you might be intrigued by an app that takes the concept of smartly using personal time to extend the reach and power of your business networks.”
“The EPIX HD Android app, which is surprisingly well-designed and fluid, lets users browse movies, que, and watch movies on their Android smartphone or tablet. The app is incredibly easy to use and provides many options for users, including interviews, as well as behind the scenes clips.”
Ed Waters at the Android Activist enjoyed the Epix Android app.
“I watched several movies using Epix HD and found the quality to be unmatched. Users stream video to their Android device using the Epix HD player include in the app. The picture and sound were fantastic and at no time did I get the dreaded buffering message while watching my movies. I really was amazed by the quality of Epix app and service.”
Read the entire review.
Millions of American football fans will be watching the Super Bowl on television Sunday with one hand in the potato chips and the other holding a smartphone.
The “second screen” experience will be fueled by Facebook and Twitter and a host of Super Bowl-related applications for mobile devices providing everything from recipes to game statistics to re-runs of the celebrated commercials.
Qwips at The Next Web:
LunchMeet featured at Mashable
Fast Company featured the LunchMeet app in their article – 5 LinkedIn Apps For Better Networking
From the review:
“This app is particularly useful to hardcore (and adventurous!) LinkedIn users. Let’s say all your office colleagues are busy during the lunch hour, or maybe you just want to make some new connections. LunchMeet lets you broadcast your mealtime availability and wait for someone within LinkedIn (who’s in the same city) to agree to meet up.”
In the article, New year’s resolutions failed? Try these 5 mobile apps, the New York Daily News reviewed the LunchMeet app.
“Many job websites like Monster.com have apps, but our favorite is LunchMeet which allows users to network with people in their area — and at companies where they may want to work. The app uses people’s LinkedIn accounts to connect compatable users — and even allows them to send and receive invitations through the app. Added bonus: The meetings can be added to users’ calendars to help keep track.”
Lifehacker reviewed the LunchMeet app in their article – Use LunchMeet to Arrange Networking Lunches with Your LinkedIn Contacts
“Utilizing the principles behind the book Never Eat Alone the free app LunchMeet helps setup lunch dates with professionals you’ve connected with via LinkedIn. All you have to do is fire up the app and input when you’re free and where you’d like to meet. LunchMeet will search for any LinkedIn contacts that are also free during the time period. Select one or more people and the app will send out a lunch invitation.”
Mashable wrote about the Lunchmeet app in their article – Boost and Expand Your Professional Network with LunchMeet
“This is the idea behind LunchMeet, a free application tool that helps people strengthen and expand their professional network by having face-to-face, meaningful conversations in their free time. Known as “an app to never eat alone,” LunchMeet allows you to search for other professionals in your area, or a city you plan to visit, who are also available when you are.”
The Next Web reviewed the LunchMeet app in their article – With the LunchMeet App, You’ll Never Eat Alone Again.
“With LunchMeet, you can set up impromptu lunch meetings with any of your LinkedIn connections. It’s actually a really smart idea.
The name of the app alone might make you hungry for a sandwich.”
iLounge reviewed the LunchMeet app – LunchMeet expands professional networking opportunities
“LunchMeet is a new iPhone app designed to help busy professionals find new networking opportunities by easily facilitating business meetings at convenient free times and locations. Inspired by the best-selling book “Never Eat Alone,” LunchMeet integrates with LinkedIn to find professional contacts nearby who are available and willing to meet up for a meal, coffee or drinks.”