egzthunder1 · Jun 24, 2011 at 03:00 am

Need a Business Card Program On Your Android Device? Try This…

One of the most important tools in the business world, regardless of whatever industry you may be in, is the business card. This is a physical presentation of yourself and your company that the person will refer to if they need information about anything that you can provide them with. The regular business card normally contains basic contact information and not enough space for much more (the company logo and maybe a picture of you). If you have an Android device and feel like you need to say more about yourself, what you do, and more, then you should definitely check out what XDA member Childofthehorn has prepared for herself. This app will allow you to put everything and anything you would like to share with other business people, prospective employers, and anyone else that would like to have some of your information for future reference. Most entries in the app can be linked to actual web pages where people can check out  projects, profiles, and really anything you are currently working on. Simply send the other person the apk, and they will automatically have access to everything that you want them to have access to, including both resumes and cover letter.

Please try it out and leave some feedback for the dev if you like it or if you have suggestions.

Decided to make an Android .apk program Business Card that links to all my info for my interview process for Jobs in Tech in the D/FW area. Moving there in a bit less than a week!

You can find more information in the application thread.

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