Mingly launches Mingly Public Beta

Mingly Inc., creator of a new web service that brings email and social networks together, has announced the start of Mingly public beta.

Mingly’s goal is to solve the growing problem of social network information overload and at the same time making sure your important relationships never fall through the cracks. Mingly unifies email and social users and allows them to organize with a social address book that merges Gmail and social-network contacts, see a brief snapshot of the people they’re emailing that shows recent updates, conversations, bio, interests, and more; save time by sending Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn messages right from Gmail, stay in touch by getting alerted to key news like birthdays and job changes and build relationships by setting follow-up reminders for new contacts.

“Our personal network and the people we connect with are our most important assets,” said Tyler Koblasa, Founder and CEO of Mingly. “Social networks have given us many ways to connect and build relationships, but we’re now bombarded with a never-ending stream of news, updates and events. We make new friends and connections easily, but often fail to develop the important relationships. Mingly is here to solve this pain.”

Mingly is available at www.getmingly.com for Gmail, in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. A web-based and mobile version with support for non-Gmail users is also in development.

Source: Businesswire

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