(PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Holla@Me, a software development company with headquarters at Level39 Canary Wharf, Europe's largest technology accelerator as featured on CNN (http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/business/2013/07/31/boulden-uk-level-39.cnn.html), demonstrates how one of its invented algorithms ‘A Method for Strolling’ can be used in products by Google Inc, Yahoo Inc, Twitter Inc, Instagram (Facebook Inc) etc to better enable discovery and exploration. A method for strolling is a dynamic social discovery algorithm that enables people to access all geographical locations in the world and be displayed a realtime stream of activities (including Status Updates, Photos, Videos, media content) of anyone in that location.
“…this enables discovery and exploration of the real world online in realtime by providing you with unique and relevant content from people in a place such as your hometown, college town or a place of interest,” said Stine Chenge, Holla@Me Founder and CEO.
Furthermore, it allows anyone to share his or her own activities in realtime, with any geographical location they are associated with, such as one’s hometown or a town or city they went to college or simply a place of interest. You can then Interact with anyone in the process about anything that arouses your interest from news, trending topics, businesses, products, services, dating etc.
"Think of Twitter and Instagram, with the added advantage of your content being discovered by more than just a handful of followers, ” said Daniel Kenig, Holla@Me’s acting COO, he continued, “…simply being from the same hometown, browsing or visiting a city/town of interest can potentially get your content discovered by people in those places, who can then interact with you.”
Holla@Me Limited (http://www.holla.com) was formed by Stine Chenge who was successful in raising funds after initial family investment. The company develops new algorithms such as ‘A method for Strolling’, ‘System and Method for interactively connecting and disconnecting users’. These are developed for use in software for Communication, E-commerce, Social Discovery/Networking Platforms, and Future cities. The company’s offices are currently based in London, UK with additional offices located in San Jose, California.