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Hands on with Findery, a note-based social discovery tool

Leah Yamshon | March 7, 2014
Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake brought her latest project to iOS on Thursday: Findery, a social discovery platform that lets you learn about specific places on a map through notes and tidbits curated from other users.

Findery is a truly customizable experience with several cool use cases. You could log memories from your latest vacation, explore new things to do in your current city, find activity recommendations, and much more: How the app gets used is entirely up to its users. And with a pretty sizable membership at launch, Findery is well on its way to making waves in the social discovery scene.

Findery is available now for free in the App Store, and is compatible with any iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later. There's no Android-specific version yet (though you can access Findery through a mobile browser), but one is reportedly in the works.


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