Between is a mobile social network that aims to offer a “secret place” in which couples can privately communicate and share.
In recent months we’ve featured not just one but two technology-based tools focused on relationship management, and recently we came across one more. Hailing this time from South Korea, Between is a mobile social network that aims to offer a “secret place” in which couples can privately communicate and share. Whereas Facebook and most other social networks aim to help users share with friends and relatives far and wide, VCNC’s Between targets audiences of two people instead. Between apps are available for free for both Android and iPhone in English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Using them, couples can share their memories out of sight of the rest of the world. Users can build a one-to-one archive of materials including chat history and photo albums, for example; they can also share a customized message board. A “virtual memory box,” meanwhile, organizes and presents a couple’s treasured memories. All data is encrypted for security, and instant notifications alert partners to the arrival of new material. Is the social networking space saturated at last? We’re betting not. Keep the innovations coming! Spotted by: Katharina Kieck