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a startup idea shared by Gábor Varga on 12/02/2013

1. Mobile app on Android, IPhone and WinPhone 2. Main feature: sending "feelings", picture based messages to foreign people who are using the same app around you and willing to receive such messages, i.e. they enabled the functionality 3. "Feelings", messages should be predefined, organized in cathegories and could be enabled/disabled on a group basis. E.g. "I would like to get messages only about my shoes / clothes and dating messages not allowed. ". Small pictures, smileys, emoticons, other signs, not text messages. 4. If you start the app, it shows on a small map of people who runs the same app and is open to receive messages - you can select someone you like and send something 5. The messages can be sent to someone very close to you phisically (e.g., you can see her / him) 6. Use cases: "I like your shoes", "I like your eyes", "Nice bag!"

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