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Chatting to Kerry, top chap at Palringo, next week

I’ve got a call scheduled for next Tuesday with Kerry Ritz of Palringo to find out how things are going and to ask a few questions about the next version. I’d really like to see a heck of a lot more ‘sociality’ built into the next version — for example, the ability for me to be able to stream my Palringo photos into Flickr and the like.

If you haven’t played with it recently, download a copy — or if you’d like to catch up, here’s my coverage from February: Palringo could rule the mobile social interaction world.

Here’s a pic of Kerry (CEO) and Martin (Founder):

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

3 replies on “Chatting to Kerry, top chap at Palringo, next week”

I love Palringo, both the desktop and phone client – it's nice and simple and they've really started improving the UI (maybe they took note when you last wrote about them, Ewan…). It'd be even better if they could make a notification appear on the phone's standby screen when you get a message. The audible tone always gets missed.

I love Palringo, both the desktop and phone client – it's nice and simple and they've really started improving the UI (maybe they took note when you last wrote about them, Ewan…). It'd be even better if they could make a notification appear on the phone's standby screen when you get a message. The audible tone always gets missed.

I love Palringo, both the desktop and phone client – it's nice and simple and they've really started improving the UI (maybe they took note when you last wrote about them, Ewan…). It'd be even better if they could make a notification appear on the phone's standby screen when you get a message. The audible tone always gets missed.

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