Beepmo

Beepmo

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Beepmo is a location-based social discovery tool for business professionals. Beepmo lets you browse the profiles of people around you, analyse what you have in common, connect and meet right then and there. Beepmo makes fresh introductions easy and networking at events more productive than ever before. All you need is a Linkedin or Facebook account to use Beepmo - signing-up is quick and easy.

Beepmo:

- Lets you browse the professional profiles of people nearby
- Search for people based on Name, Company, Job Title and Role
- Suggests people you might want to connect with based on common interests
- Shows you things you share in common with someone you want to meet
- Using Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin, Beepmo helps you quickly discover people you really should know
- Shows you events / conferences happening in and around your current location
- Helps you network in advance of a conference or event
- Opens up new business networking and social opportunities at events, conferences or wherever you happen to be
- Beepmo is now available for the entire android community!

Tags: beepmo recommended.

Recently changed in this version

We've launched a number of exciting new features in this Android release!

- ★DISCOVER★ An amazing new feature that suggests people you should know based on things you share in common across Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter and Beepmo.
- ★Sign-in with Facebook★ Not on Linkedin? No problem. No longer restricted to Linkedin users, now you can sign-in with your Facebook account and meet for work or play.
- ★Search★ Looking for someone? You can now search for people via name, company or job title!


Comments and ratings for Beepmo
  • (48 stars)

    by kiran bhanushali on 03/02/2014

    Doesn't seem useful. None of the features worked. Can't search for any contacts. Seems they might be getting to harvest data