March 2, 2009 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] New York, NY - beamME, the world's most popular mobile contact exchange service, today announced the launch of their breakthrough premium app: beamME Pro. Like free app beamME, the Pro version empowers iPhone and iPod Touch users to easily send their socially networked contact card to anyone, on any device, anywhere in the world, without changing address books or requiring subscriptions and downloads. Available starting today on the iTunes store, beamME Pro delivers new capabilities including: contact mapping and history, the ability to beam any card and a visually stunning, ad-free user experience.
"Over thirty percent of beamME users are Chief Executives and business owners," said Gabe Zichermann, CEO of beamME parent rmbrME. "beamME Pro is designed to meet their demands for professional, stylish and high-impact mobile contact exchange."
In addition to enabling seamless, universal contact exchange via mobile devices and the preservation of users' native address books, beamME Pro includes the following advanced features, designed in consultation with users:
* Beam Any Card: including personal, business or third party
* Contact Mapping: automatically records contact location and generates maps
* History: see complete contact history for easy recall
* No Ads and minimized beamME branding
* New, Clean Look and Feel
* Priority Support
beamME Pro is available worldwide to iPhone and iPod Touch users on the iTunes Store.
Based in New York City, rmbrME is best known for developing the breathtakingly simple and popular beamME for the iPhone/iPod Touch and pioneering the mobile contact exchange (MCX) industry using SMS. The company's simple design philosophy is that MCX only works when it is device, carrier and social network independent, lifting the requirement for recipients to have specific hardware, software or registration before being able to access new contacts. Copyright 2009 rmbrME. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.