iOS – my facecard – Review

my facecard is a beautiful contact card app with built in Bump technology that takes sharing contact details to a whole new level.




Developer: SK Planet
Price: $0.99/£0.69
Version: 1.0.0
Released/Updated: April 10, 2012

Size: 13.9 MB

Rated: 4+

Our Ratings

Graphics/Sound: 4.5/5

User Interface: 4.5/5

Gameplay: N/A

Re-use/re-play value: 5/5
Overall Rating: 5/5


What Is It?



There are many contact card apps available in the Apple iTunes App Store, my facecard really stands out with its tremendous graphical content and support.

Is It Easy To Use?



Very, it’s all incredibly straightforward but if you do get into difficulties, there’s a built-in excellent help facility. To create a card it is really simple, just click on the top left arrow and complete your profile. This includes your name but also all your other social media logins, this includes Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Blogger. You can also add a link and your website address. There’s an additional section called, About Me, where you can add a small bio. Once you’ve completed the text, you can add an image. either take one from within the app with your iPhone or download one from your photo library. Next you can select Design and move the image around on the card to a position that you’re happy with. Click on Preview and Save.

Now the real deal clincher feature of this app is the ability to share your card and to collect others’ cards too. You can do this by Bumping within the app and the best thing about this is that if you update your card, perhaps change your mobile number or something, then it will update your card on all of your contacts handsets, ensuring they always have the most up to date information.

Is It Fun?



Yes, obviously it’s not a gaming app but this app is fun in other ways. It’s really fun to create your own contact card and wirelessly share your contact information with your friends, try it and you’ll know what we mean.

Is It Pretty?



Yes, it certainly is, a very simple and good looking UI.

Should You Download It?



We see no reason why not, for $0.99 it’s a no-brainer, seriously you may not of realized, but you need this app.

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