Feathr - Conference Networking

Feathr - Conference Networking


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Born from the idiom: "Birds of a feather flock together," Feathr aims to help you grow your flock of professional contacts by helping you automate your follow-up workflow.

When you meet someone, you can connect, follow, email, and save them to your contacts — removing the need for business cards and the hassle for follow-up later.

Feathr also lets you keep track of the people you meet, and reminds you when you don't follow up with them.

Recently changed in this version

New in 1.8.0:
- Bug fixes for the annoying Google+ Login issue.
- Assorted bug fixes and improvements.

Comments and ratings for Feathr - Conference Networking
  • (56 stars)

    by Khoa Tran on 12/02/2014

    User journey is simple yet very easy to grasp. Design is beautiful. Its also very easy to connect with anyone in the event

  • (56 stars)

    by Jordon McLeod on 23/08/2013

    I don't know, they just followed me on Twitter so I figured why not give them a shot? To sum everything up... I don't see myself deleting this app anytime soon.

  • (56 stars)

    by CHEF Lucas on 03/06/2013

    Needs to use NFC to transmit my businesses contact info and email my daily specials through the WiFi when ever a customer walks by or is inside my cafe. And direct them to my business site when ever they use our WiFi as well. now I can prove that business cards are a thing of the past.

  • (56 stars)

    by Jason Boxman on 19/05/2013

    If LinkedIn chooses to display a capcha, it isn't completely visible on HTC Magic. An old phone, but still. On a later attempt no capcha was presented, so was finally able to authenticate.

  • (56 stars)

    by Tony Dieppa on 16/05/2013

    Good start guys, but some suggestions: Is there a way to notify me if there are feathr users nearby? That would be a great way to remind me to use it instead of exchanging business cards. Also it would be cool if it worked similar to bump, so I could exchange cards without having to search for the other person.