London, England (PRWEB) December 26, 2007
Fed up with "zombie bites", "am I doable" and other time wasting features on the omnipresent Facebook? Then the Rummble "share your experiences" application might be just what you're looking for. Joining a handful of useful applications amongst thousands of time eating add-on tools to the popular Facebook service, the Rummble application enables you to easily share your favourite places around the world with all from within your Facebook profile.
Not only is it a great place to store your favourites things around the world, but it also gets you access to the Rummble service which includes location based content, blogging, photos, status sets and trips so you can see which of friends is going where and when - whether you're at home or on the move.
Rummble can be used online on the web and on your mobile; and with the Facebook application you now don't even need to log into a different website to check what countries your friends have visited, or what they recommend in those countries. Tamer Zaky who developed the Facebook app said "Rummble is different because it learns what you do and don't like, so it tells you how much you trust the suggestions of bars, restaurants or other things. You can find out where your friends suggest or think you should avoid, but without having to phone or email everyone individually."
Andrew Scott the Founder of Rummble explains, "We've been in closed Beta for a few months and are now opening up in a controlled way so that we judge user response to our service and make improvements to usability." Rummble is the result of years of experimentation with mobile social applications. The first platform Andrew and his team launched was called "playtxt" back in 2003. "We used the playtxt" brand as a pilot site to test ideas and concepts. Mobile internet use is on the verge of big growth so Rummble will be ready to take advantage of that."
Facebook is a social utility that offers an efficient way for people to stay connected with their friends and the people around them and has gone from strength to strength in the last 2 years. Using a rich set of tools and online services, developers can now build an application that is deeply integrated into the Facebook website.
The Rummble Facebook application is now live and users can sign up today at http://apps.facebook.com/rummble.
Note: There is no formal or informal connection between Rummble and Facebook Inc, other than Rummble having developed an application for the Facebook application platform.
Rummble is a location based social network and content discovery tool, with comprehensive online and mobile platform; we help users find recommended content for a location more easily, whether at home or on the move. Rummble is described to users: "Like a travel guide that all your friends and all their friends, write personally for you."
Rather than list to you everything that's nearby, Rummble tells you what's nearby you'll actually like! If you choose, Rummble can also tell your friends where you, who's nearby and where you'll be going in the future, so you can plan to hook up. Add in best of breed social networking functionality like news feeds, status updates, drag and drop photo gallery & blogs; it's one of the best ways to share the good things in your life with your friends. Rummble is global and mobile.
Rummble is a team of five based in Cambridge, England. Andrew J Scott is Founder/CEO supported by an experienced management team and board including industry veterans Peter Larsen (Apple, Enpocket) as non-exec and John Paterson (Zeus, Systems Union) as Chairman. The Rummble platform has seen 3 years development and has been built from the ground up to include functionality that capitalizes specifically on the advantages of mobile technology. Rummble are interested in speaking with media and investment partners.
Contact: Andrew Scott, +44 7831 543 992 or business @ rummble.com
Rummble is a registered trademark of Rummble Ltd.
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