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Humin: The First Intuitive Address Book

Popular Science covers Humin’s new technology. Check out the coverage below:

A person’s memory isn’t alphabetical, yet that’s how every phone organizes contacts. Humin adds context to entries, so you can search the app for a person the same way you remember him or her—for example, “the photographer” or “the person I met last month.” In addition to names and phone numbers, Humin automatically stores information such as where you met and mutual friends you have, which allows the app to send notifications for upcoming meetings or trips that are actually useful.

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