And if you’ve been following Everyme since its early days, you may be wondering why the version that launched this week wasn’t “the intelligent social address book” that was promised last year. Cameron says that as he developed the earlier product, he realized that most people don’t have the overwhelming, sprawling address books that you see in Silicon Valley, so it would have been “a professional tool rather than something that could be used by everyone, which is what we wanted to build.
Except at least if he did the address book thing it could’ve met the needs of that audience, instead of creating an app “for everyone” that sounds a lot like Google+. Has anyone checked out Everyme?
I for one would’ve liked to check out that “overwhelming address book” solver app.