Let's face it, we're a nation addicted to our phones. Human interaction now includes a myriad of ways to keep in touch via social networking: talk, text, Facebook, link in, pin, post, tweet. It can get pretty messy. Luckily, I've discovered an iPhone app that helps organize and clarify all the online chatter by using my contacts, friends, and followers to set up a database for simplified communication. And guess what else? It's free!
Once I entered all of my accounts, Brewster did its thing, and I wound up with a massive catalog of my friends, colleagues and family, all identified by their photos. The user interface is easy and intuitive: click on a face, and I get access to that person's entire web presence so I can contact them via any platform.
You can organize by choosing favorites for easier navigation, and it even searches using any parameters, be it city, company, or even interests and hobbies. Not bad if you want to text, say, only your friends who love the Lakers to invite them over to watch the game. I've found it to be a great tool to help make the most out of my contacts and my time.
Want to try Brewster? Get it here for free!