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Using your phone’s address book, the app creates a profile for each individual, and pulls information about that contact from various social networks and sources, including Facebook, LinkedIn and Google. You can add notes, such as when and where you met that person, or his or her favorite sports team.
But even if you don’t add notes, Humin “ties deeply” into native apps on your phone to match a contact with a place. Let’s say you meet someone at a conference, which is entered into your calendar. Humin knows that you met John Doe that week, so it’s likely you met John at the conference.
The app has several goals: To add a more human (hence the name) touch to your address book by highlighting your relationship to each contact, to make search easier, and to help you connect with new people through trusted sources.
Check the app out here.