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New Smartphone App Makes Sharing Snaps, Travel Tips More Intimate

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Two first time entrepreneurs create mobile app that allows users to send postcards to targeted friends and family - sharing personal content with privacy assured

TEL-AVIV, Israel, June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Intimate-City is a new app that seeks to redefine how to share travel experiences. Released in April, and already with thousands of users, Intimate-City is designed to create a social media platform allowing users to be as active as they choose, giving them the ability to maintain their privacy, and send personalized postcards - shared publicly or to select recipients.

Intimate-City also provides a forum for travelers looking to share experiences and reviews at home and abroad.

Completely transforming the way individuals share images, the Intimate-City Postcard is unique in that it allows users to simultaneously send full photo albums, with up to 200 pictures, and multiple videos. This function represents the user's primary form of communication within the application, allowing individuals to send public or private images with personalized messages to others using the application. 

In addition to the postcard function, Intimate-City provides users with a modern, sleek and user-friendly interface.  The Passport serves as the user's main, personalized page. It holds their individual activity feed as well as their collection of postcards and stamps which they acquire from fellow users or the app's internal image pool. Meanwhile individual and personalized stamps are added to a user's passport as a record of cities or places visited.

Moreover, Intimate-City's Request for Information (RFI) function is an exciting new algorithm developed specifically for Intimate City, allowing members to pose questions to anyone else using the application.

"Intimate-City allows people to expand their world while also keeping it as intimate as they choose," explains co-creator Becca Feinstein.  "Especially when we are on vacation, we all like to let our guard down, and enjoy moments that we wouldn't all want our bosses and parents to see on Facebook or Instagram.  

Intimate-City is a free app for Apple, Android, and online via http://www.intimate-city.com.

For more information, contact miller@202strategies.com.

Stephen Miller
miller@202strategies.com.
202 Strategies
+972(0)54-684-5930

 

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