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PingMe is the first messaging app that bridges the privacy of mobile messaging with the broadcasting features of social networks

Today, RadiumOne has launched PingMe Messenger 2.0, a redesign of its cross-platform messaging app with over 3 million users.

PingMe is the first messaging app that bridges the privacy of mobile messaging with the broadcasting features of social networks enabling you to ask a question of friends on your mobile and then open it up to your network too. The social messaging layer of PingMe 2.0 is an industry first but it’s not the only feature that makes up the new app:

Connect With Interesting People: Discover and connect with people that share your interest and have great opinions on the things you like most.

Get Instant Advice: Ask questions and receive instant feedback from your friends or other interested PingMe users.

See Your Friends on a Map: Want to know where you’re friends are at when you’re messaging with them?  Their location is now just a click away.

Message Individuals or Groups: Organize your contacts into groups to send messages to the people that matter most.  Fantasy football trash talking just got a little more fun.

Receive Instant Notifications: Never miss a friend’s comment. PingMe tells you when someone interacts with your message, even when it’s closed.

These features mean that PingMe 2.0 bridges the gap between messaging and social discovery, enabling users to communicate on private and public levels from one platform. By combining PingMe 2.0’s new features with the other first person social apps in RadiumOne’s portfolio such as Via.me, Po.st, RadiumOne has taken another step forward in enabling truly social, real-time ad targeting.

 

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