Breakthrough Social Polling App Launches in iTunes

Pic&Click, the first social polling app of its kind, officially launches in iTunes.

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I wanted to create an app that allowed users to share their input smoothly and efficiently across social media; input that would be relevant to both serious decision-making, and everyday questions.

Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) April 08, 2014

Pic&Click, an app created by partners Anton Nicola and Nicholas Moore, which has been in beta testing for a few weeks, and has since accrued over 500 users. Pic&Click is a social polling and voting application that uses pictures and text for you to gain free feedback from the world.

“I wanted to create an app that allowed users to share their input smoothly and efficiently across social media; input that would be relevant to both serious decision-making, and everyday questions,” says Anton Nicola, CEO of Pic&Click.

Pic&Click gives users the ability to create custom polls with the option of adding photos to enhance the decision-making experience, or just a text poll to keep the process simple. Users will gain feedback for a wide range of questions from “iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S4?” to “How should our tax dollars be used?”.

Businesses will also benefit by having the ability to collectively gather data based on trends in various demographics, places and products.

“People will have the power to give first-hand insight to businesses, friends, and influencers on their own personal interests and opinions, potentially changing the world by simply selecting an answer,” says Nicola.

Pic&Click is free and available for download now in the iTunes store.

ABOUT:

Young entrepreneurs Anton Nicola and Nicholas Moore came up with the idea for Pic&Click while browsing through their local thrift store. Unable to make a decision between two shirts, Nicholas came to the realization that this is an instance that people experience every day. Noticing that no app has a unique feature to easily gain feedback from friends and peers, Nicola and Moore decided this would be a great idea for an app. The two hope to spread social change and give people a larger voice and opinion in things that matter the most to them.


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