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The idea behind the AddTo apps is to give you specific information about a location, but let you write notes and take photos that you can build into an album. The app builds a map of all the places you visit and write about or take photos at. These locations are placed onto a map so you can see what you were thinking or seeing at specific spots.
You can export your notes, photos and even the map via email, which is invoked by pressing the lower right action button in the application.
The FREE version of Swip is called SwipSwap. SwipSwap lets you exchange contact information over WiFi and Bluetooth. SwipSwap 4.0 is now a fully native iPad application.
SwipSwap is free and you can see how it works for yourself. SwipSwap is fully interoperable with Swip and visa-versa. Try SwipSwap at:
More information about SwipSwap is available at:
Swip is a peer-to-peer contact exchange program for the iPhone and iPad that uses WiFi or Bluetooth proximity communication. Swip was a finalist in 148apps.com 2009 Best Use of Bluetooth category. Swip 4.0 is now a full native iPad app.
With Swip, two people can wirelessly exchange electronic business cards. Swip’s unique meeting feature lets entire groups of people exchange all their electronic business cards with each other with only a few screen touches.
You can find Swip in the iTunes Store at:
More information about Swip is available at:
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