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Mobile App Pinpoints Nearby Facebook and Twitter Friends

Quick Pitch: face2face introduces proximity awareness to mobile phone apps so users can know when their friends are nearby […]

Published: July 10th, 2010

Source: Mashable

face2face Brings Privacy to Location by Approximating Friends’ Whereabouts

Location-based services that are taking advantage of a smartphone’s GPS and wi-fi triangulation capabilities are continuously struggling to get even […]

Published: July 8th, 2010

Source: The New York Times

Proximity-based ‘Face2face’ app assuages privacy fears

A new location-based social networking application for mobile phones hopes to attract those who are traditionally nervous about sharing their precise location. Many […]

Published: July 26th, 2010


Face2Face: Worlds Should Meet, Not Collide – Welcome Proximity Based Social Networking

The main phrase in the launch was proximity based social networking. It had me scratching my head for a bit, I mean there are a lot of location based social networks […]

Published: June 29th, 2010

Source: Startup Meme

Face2Face: A Genius Idea Getting All The Positive Press It Deserves

Call it a repetition and giving too much attention to Face2Face, but it definitely deserves it. Proximate Global, the firm that rolled this out with the geniuses of Umair Aziz and Hameed Khan is definitely getting press, one it rightly deserves.

Published: July 10, 2010

Source: Startup Meme

Free BB App: face2face Combines LinkedIn, Facebook, And MySpace Into A Single BlackBerry App

I am impressed with speed and the interface of the app and if it allows me to effectively git rid of Facebook which is slow, and replace LinkedIn which is large, face2face, my find a permanent home on my BlackBerry Storm 9530 which is memory starved.

Published: July 29th, 2010

Source: RIMarkable

Startup Has A Different Way Of Looking At Location Discreetly

Instead of encouraging widespread sharing of information about where you are, face2face filters information and only notifies a user when a known contact is nearby rather than providing the contact’s precise location.

Published: July 29th, 2010

Source: ReveNews

A Location Based Service With Discretion

Lets users tap into their connections on Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, and Twitter, and see if any of those connections are nearby

Published: July 29th, 2010

Source: PSFK