Hashable, a personal social network management tool which is already available on iPhone, has now been made available on Android phones also.
The Android app makes an attempt to manage your real world social network, which is a complicated task anyway. The real world interactions are first logged into the app in several ways, through an email or a tweet, or simply entering the meeting yourself in the app.
The Hashable entries go into two categories — connections, used for someone you already know and introductions.
While posting a connection, a hash can be used to classify the meeting #lunch or #meeting. Users can create their own classification too. When users classify the meeting as #justmet, the other person gets a digital business card through the app right away.
It allows the users to escape from the trouble of mismanaging their ever growing stack of business cards, as they can easily organise their contacts in the form of data in the Android app.
Hashable stores all your real world interactions and builds a complete database of information that users can manage. It’s not that users need to do anything extra to use the service, they were already collecting email addresses, phone numbers and of course Twitter handles anyway.
The hard work was already there, now users have an advantage with the app — the data is searchable and hence easily accessible, at the time when they need it. Over a period of time, tracking the connections and interactions might become incredibly easy, as Hashable provides users with numerous tools to interpret the data generated.