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I often get bugged, adding tons of emails to my sender’s list. The tough job is to send out attachment files or browsing links to more than a ‘few’ friends because it is not possible to remember their entire email id’s or even all their nick names. Instant Messaging or IM’s did not help much either as it required logging in to the same network.
When I heard about yu.my I decided to give it a shot. Not being that much of a tech geek, I didn’t want another complicated app to work with. But yu.my was a surprise. With a simple interface, it adjusted to my basic needs and limited knowledge of technology.
I was happy with its ingenuous idea, to just post a link and share it with all my buddies in my area within a scalable limit of 500m to 3000m. It also provides an option of making links private, which one might not want to share. There were many appealing options on-board that made me more curious about the startup. The first shocker was; it did NOT want me to register. Otherwise rest that I have experimented with, have always asked for my id before using their app.
In addition, it also has a Chrome extension to make sharing links more easy. Did I forget to mention that, the online tool can be accessed from different devices may it use Windows, Mac, Blackberry or Android.
Local sharing has advanced so much and with startups like yu.my it has become productive, faster and simpler.