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Mobile Business Cards That Look Like Your Traditional Business Cards Now A Reality

(San Francisco, CA and New York, NY) - Mobile users will now be able to wirelessly exchange a digital business card that looks like their traditional paper version.

With the release of SnapDat 1.1, SnapDat users can customize their own “SnapCard” by inserting their organization’s logo or their photo into professional design layouts.

“Users want more than just a plain-text vCard. We have kept the best aspect of traditional business cards-namely their unique style and personality-and added a number of features that were only possible on a digital version,” said Chris James, founder and CEO, of SnapDat.

Examples of these digital enhancements include:

* Ability to create multiple SnapCards so customers can send the appropriate card depending on the occasion (e.g. work, personal)

* One-click links to a YouTube video, Twitter or social networking pages

* A geo-stamp to remind users when and where a meeting took place
Integration with the phone’s native address book

Because they’re digital, SnapCards contribute to increasingly important environmental initiatives while reducing costs. Currently, business card printing in the United States is a $1.2 billion industry according to Business Strategies Etc.

Customers can create SnapCards using over 40 pre-loaded design templates and send them to any email-ready phone. New designs will continue to be added for further personalization. SnapDat 1.1 is currently available as a free download for the iPhone and iPod touch.

About SnapDat
SnapDat Networks. Inc is a privately held company located in New York, NY.
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