Banjo Brings All Of Your Social Networks Together In One Place
Organize your social universe by checking all your networks at once with this "social discovery service."
Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Gowalla, Instagram, and more. Keeping up-to-date with all of your separate social networks can be time-consuming and requires many different apps. Banjo, a start-up based in Palo Alto, California has launched a new mobile app that integrates all of your networks so you can see all of your updates in one easy to navigate place.
You can discover people and view updates without having to belong to a social network. You can add your social networks and stay connected with friends both nearby and far away, checking-in and tweeting straight from Banjo. Saving your favorite places means you can quickly see what’s happening there in real-time, whether it’s in your town or on the other side of the world.
As well as finding people using their check-ins, the app pulls in locations from geotagged tweets, photos, and other media. The company has 22 social networking services they are focused on integrating at the moment, with a long-term goal to feature all of the social networks, no matter how big or small.
You can download the app for free for iPhone and Android, while a web-based version is also on its way. The video below shows a short demonstration:
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