Jimmy McGee · Apr 11, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Swapp Your Cards with Card Swapp

Are you often multitasking while synergizing with the C-suite to maximize the ROI of the SEO implementation of your web presence? Do you mow through your piles of RFPs before COB? Do you have heated debates regarding the use of double-declining versus straight-line deprecation of capital improvement assets? Most importantly, are you tired of lugging around paper business cards while networking?

If your brain didn’t melt from the questions above, XDA Forum Member sharpwitz may have a solution for you. The application is Card Swapp. Card Swapp creates a QR code full of your contact information for people to scan. With the app, you can now avoid typing in your contact information manually ever again.

The Card Swapp App that manages business cards better than BUMP and Linkedin’s Card Munch. This app is also the 1st and only business card with a built in news feed.

Not only does Card Swapp create QR codes for your vendors and contacts to scan, but it allows you to scan other QR codes you see in ads, business cards and from other Card Swapp members. You can follow Twitter accounts, access and save restaurant menus and hours, and get live traffic reports.

Card Swapp is more than a business card QR application. It is possibly the business card QR application of the future. The application is available for Android 2.1 and higher, and *sigh* the iPhone. Learn more in the application thread.


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