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Can An App Make Introductions Less Awkward?

Can an App Make Introductions Less Awkward?

The idea of an app that reduces social awkwardness may sound strange to many but one startup thinks it has cracked the code with a new app that makes it incredibly easy for people to connect with new acquaintances.
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Founders Of Humin Release New App That Lets You Share Contact Info By Tapping On Your Phone

Founders of Humin Release New App That Lets You Share Contact Info by Tapping on Your Phone

Have you ever met someone at an industry happy hour, hit it off, talked about things work and non-work, and then had a mini freakout when it came time to exchange contact information?
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Richard Branson And Will.i.am Invested In This New App That Makes It Easier To Connect With People At Parties

Richard Branson and Will.i.am Invested in this New App that Makes it Easier to Connect with People at Parties

Everyone knows that awkward shuffle of sorts that happens when you're clicking with someone or a new group of friends and it comes time to exchange numbers at the end of the night.
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Knock Twice For Friendship With This App

Knock Twice for Friendship with this App

Say you've just met someone at a party. It turns out you guys go to the same school, hang out at the same coffee shops and are both really into John Steinbeck.
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New App Knock Knock Wants To Make You Less Awkward

New App Knock Knock Wants To Make You Less Awkward

Ankur Jain is trying cut the friction out of the contact game. His company Humin (which organizes your mess of social media, calendars and address books into a searchable database) just launched a new app, Knock Knock, to make swapping information less sketchy.
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Humin Launches Knock Knock, An App For College Kids To Contact Each Other Without Exchanging Numbers

Humin Launches Knock Knock, An App For College Kids To Contact Each Other Without Exchanging Numbers

Ankur Jain, the founder of Humin – an app that aims to organize your contacts better than your smartphone – is sitting across from me in a conference room in downtown San Francisco and knocking on his own smartphone.
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