Draper University Alumni redefines the way we customize and share contact information via mobiles phone and now the wrist.
NEW YORK — Think You, Inc. (http://www.thinkyouinc.com), a company that streamlines how people share contact information and connect with one another, today announced the release of youPass for Android and Apple Watch. youPass for Apple Watch brings the convenience of linking with people and sharing contact information right to the user’s wrist. The Android version works just as seamlessly as the iOS version, but has received significant updates to streamline the user experience.
“With youPass on two new platforms we are now reaching a larger audience and sharing contact information in new and unique ways,” said Mike Juliano, Draper University Alumni and CEO & Founder of Think You, “We’re incredibly excited to welcome Android users for the first time and explore a whole new dimension of interaction with Apple Watch.”
The app is easy to use, individuals simply scan a code on a mobile phone or Apple Watch to instantly link with people they meet. Users may also send a link to anyone with a mobile device—with or without the youPass app installed. The app can also send a personalized vCard with contact details that have been customized by the sender.
“Mike and his team have created a unique and centralized way for people to customize the personal contact and social networking information that they share with other people,” said Tim Draper, founder of Draper Associates/DFJ/Draper University. “His vision and gusto embody what we try to teach at Draper University. Think big, go all out and never be afraid of failure. Redefining the way we connect with one another beyond the exchange of a phone number or email address will broaden the depth of our contacts — something a business card cannot do.”
youPass for iOS and Android also received significant updates to streamline the user experience. With youPass v2.4, the core functions (scan, share and connect) are brought to the forefront of the UI and are accessible via simple swipes. In addition, youPass v2.4 adds support for additional ways to connect including social networks, messenger and video communication platforms. These include Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, Vine, Tumblr, YouTube, Skype, Kik, Google+, About.Me, Tsū, Ello, ooVoo, SoundCloud, Flickr and many more.
You can read more information about Mike and his journey to Draper University by visiting http://bit.ly/1dcsu3U.
About Think You
Think You is streamlining how people get connected and share information. The company’s first product, youPass, is a next generation address book that simplifies the exchange of contact information, social networking accounts and more on a peer-to-peer basis. Think You is thriving in an era of unprecedented interconnectedness that begins and grows with you.
For more information visit http://www.thinkyouinc.com.