Smartphone App Get Keep in Touch Launches to Help Customers Remember What Matters

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Get Keep in Touch is a new smartphone application that has now launched in the iTunes and Google Play app stores. Get Keep in Touch is a simple but innovative app that allows customers to schedule reminders, remember important dates, and easily shop for gifts.

Get Keep in Touch aims to help customers remember the important events and people in their lives. The application’s primary feature is a scheduling and reminder system which empowers users to easily remember important dates like birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and much more. By notifying users of upcoming events, and allowing them to easily shop for gifts from directly within the application, Get Keep in Touch ensures that users will always be ready for whatever matters most in their lives.

Get Keep in Touch was designed and developed by Barbara Mays, a visionary entrepreneur with a passion for innovation and technology. Describing the app’s launch, Barbara commented, “It’s incredibly exciting to see Get Keep in Touch live in the app stores and on our customers’ phones. Our goal was to take the simple concept of remembering what matters most in your life, and create a beautiful and intuitive app to facilitate that. With Get Keep in Touch, you’ll always know what important events are coming, and you’ll be able to stay in touch with the people that matter in your life.”

Described as a “Personal Assistant for Dates and Events”, Get Keep in Touch is aimed at anyone who would like to stay more organized in their personal and professional lives. With a simple interface and user-friendly design, anyone can use Get Keep in Touch to remember important dates with ease.

The application is available now on both iPhone and Android devices, and can be purchased in the app stores for $0.99. To learn more about Get Keep in Touch, visit the application’s homepage at http://www.getkeepintouch.com, or follow the team on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/getkeepintouch.

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