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Meet Humin, the Google Now-like assistant you desperately need

23
Jul
2014

Humin is a new iPhone application that can aggregate certain data from all sorts of sources to make your life easier, The Wall Street Journal reports. Specifically, Humin is able to pull contacts from various interactions, keep them in order on all devices and offer context-aware features. Humin founder Ankur Jain described the service as a “social OS,” with the app’s main purpose being making contacts management a much easier day-to-day chore. Humin hunts for contacts in email, social networks and calendars, building a master contact lists of “everyone who is willing to feed it their information.” The app also replaces the iPhone’s Phone app on a smartphone, offering users better assistance in managing their contacts depending on situation, and providing

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