HiHello : Hi, hello!
Hi Hello lets you curate multiple digital business cards and share your contact details faster than you can say, “Sorry, I forgot my business card!”
Ah, business cards. Why is it that in the age of super computers in our pockets and self-driving cars on the road, the most common way of exchanging contact information is still giving each other a piece of a dead tree? And when you need a business card, it’s never on you.
It’s time to bring contact exchange into the future.
With the Hi Hello app you’ll never be without your business cards again. Digitally share your information so that people have it where they need it – in their phone.
With Hi Hello, you can:
Create multiple cards with different information on them, suitable for sharing in the different contexts you meet people. Have one for work, one for personal, and hey, even one for your dog!
Share your card using a secure code. The recipients don’t need anything more than just the camera on their phone!
Share the right card using email or a text message, without exposing the email or phone number tied to your phone.
Access the right card at your fingertips with a lock screen widget that puts your cards just one swipe away.
HiHello is made with love in Palo Alto, California. We invite you to try HiHello today and tell us what you think by sending feedback from Settings!
HiHello user reviews :
- HiHelloAugust 24, 2018
- Thanks for your review, Jakub, this is really helpful feedback! Keeping your information secure is one of our highest priorities. Currently links to cards are longer than usual to ensure no one else can find your card. We are continuing to look into how we can maintain security with a shorter link as we know it’s important! email@example.com
Intuitive app that fills a need
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