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Formspring Pushes SMS Feature

Written on March 09, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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Formspring just released its SMS feature. Are you now ready to answer your first on-the-go question?

The popular social Q&A app, Formspring, releases its SMS feature, giving its users a quick and simple way to stay connected while on-the-go. Users can enable the SMS feature through their Formspring settings. When the new feature is turned on, users will receive SMS alerts to ask or respond to inquiries, or send out questions to their social networking account using a simple list of commands.

As the first step in entering the mobile battle ground, Formspring took the smartest way to begin with SMS. It has been suggested that a lot of Formspring users are in a younger demographic, and they may not be the rich and smartphone owner type of population. Formspring CEO, Ade Olonoh, stated that SMS is just the beginning. Does that mean that the company is getting ready to move into mobile sphere? What do you think?

The service is free of charge, and is currently available in the US only. But it should be changing in the coming days.

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