a startup idea shared by Nithin Ramesh on 11/21/2012
Basically it is a mobile social networking app that connects a very limited number of people (like may be around 10-15). Obviously, it could be used to share information with each other. But the USP of this app is activities that helps you to easily create meet-ups or similar activities. For example, you could easily create an activity like ‘meet-up for coffee’ or ’meet-up for a drink’ and the app will display different coffee shops/pubs nearby or distant. You just choose one and select the friends that you want to go out with. And the friends will get the notification on their phone/tablet with the location and time. Now, they can either accept or decline to join. Similarly for a movie/game as well. The app will show nearby theaters/films running or scheduled games and you can easily plan a program and book tickets. Another feature that I’m thinking about is a random event generator. Like if you have no idea what to do, touch the screen and the app will create a plan for you according to your group’s preferences.
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|Vadim Chirkov||UI, UX Designer, Information Architect Riga, Latvia|
|Adil Hussein||Marketing, Business development London|
|Piyush Tiwari||UI Design and App developer India|
|Jeetendra Lulla||strategic marketing India|
|Lucky||Software, App &Web Developer, UI Designer Nigeria|
|Samar Saad||Android developer Egypt|
|Jessy Singh Heikrujam||System design, Research Ahmedbadad|
|Ashwini Belsare||cofounder, media coverage, launch in your country Bangalore|
|Evert De Spiegeleer||Web Developer Belgium|
|Vibhu Maurya||Promoters and investors Mumbai|
|Hosein Safaei||Android Developer Iran|
|bhagwan sahay Prajapat||Funding Jaipur|
|Sadaf Azad||Developer England|
|Virtual Device||Android Developer Toronto|
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