Review from the New York Times

Yeah, there’s just no cool way to say this: NameBuddy was reviewed in the New York Times today! I’m not even going to pretend to act like it’s no big deal, because it is the BIGGEST DEAL EVER.

There are only so many times and ways you can politely say, “Uh, I’m sorry, your name again is…?”

There is help though, for identifying that class of acquaintances you periodically see at kids’ sports events, the dog park or the coffee shop, but not often enough to recall their names.

It is a very stripped-down database called “NameBuddy.”

Read the rest here. Leave a comment over there if you care to. (Please, pretty please!) I am so thrilled that the writer even took a minute to look at the app, much less write a kind review. The New York Times is the first thing I read every day, and often the last thing I quickly check before bed (on my phone, no less). I’m floored.

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Posted on November 15, 2011, in reviews and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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