Sunday, October 26, 2008

Fliq for iPhone/iPod Touch

"It's slick, it's quick, it's Fliq!" that's the slogan of Fliq, a new free app for your iPhone/iPod Touch (requires v2.1 software update) that lets users to instantly send, or beam, photos and contacts to one another.

Mark/Space, makers of the Missing Sync line of data synchronization software and also the maker of Fliq, says Fliq offers real-time social networking between friends in close proximity. There’s no emailing, texting or instant messaging configurations to set because Fliq is a stand-alone app that allows users to sync up to share photos and contacts with anyone else on the same Wi-Fi network.

Fliq promises great flexibility, and features that Apple should've embed into iPhone in the first place. But my hope is the same with Jeremy Sikora from TiPB; "Now this is all fine and dandy but one thing I wish this app allowed you to do to is send data via a 3G or EDGE signal. Because lets face it, how often do you share a WiFi signal with a bunch of friends with iPhones?"

[blogged with my Treo 750v]

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