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Ringya: Reach Beyond Your Contacts

Need to reach a work contact ASAP? Wish you had a quick way to let the soccer team know rain means practice moved location? Running late to pick up the kids and wish you had the class list handy? With Ringya, you can easily email or text individuals or the entire group, access contact information of anyone in your lists via organized Rings, and know who’s calling with contextual caller ID.

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Ringya: Reach Beyond Your Contacts, CNET

Daily Candy

…For every class, team, or parent group you or your kids join, there’s another mother handing out a sheet of paper with names and phone numbers on it. Tell them to Ringya. The new app lets you take pictures of those paper lists, then it magically converts them to lists inside your iPhone.

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Mom's Treat, Daily Candy

Ringya Creates and Organizes Group Contacts Efficiently and for Free

…you can snap a photo of a list of your kid’s T-ball roster, your co-workers, the preschool class, PTA and cub scout pack and Ringya will make a group contact list…If you’re looking for a way to manage contact information for multiple groups, Ringya will deliver.

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Jennifer Beam, AppCraver

The Jellybean Tunes App Report, Moms with Apps

Ringya transforms contact lists (class lists, work contacts, sport teams) into organized, sharable, digital lists. Just snap a picture of a paper list or email the app a digital version and…voila…you’ve got it handy on your phone! These contact lists are transformed into smart, organized Rings so users can always call, text or email individuals or groups, when they need them. iPhone: Free

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The Jellybean Tunes App Report, www.MomsWithApps.com

All Things Digital

When someone from one of your rings calls you, Ringya shows whatever info it has about that person (e.g. “Editor at AllThingsD”) before you pick up the phone.

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Eric Johnson, All Things Digital

Mommies with Cents Blog

It’s becoming harder and harder to stay organized as a mom. I’ve got a preschool class list, a kindergarten class list, sports rosters and more.  I don’t have time to enter all of the contacts into my phone but the scraps of paper stuffed in a drawer isn’t a very good system.

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Mommies with Cents, Blog

Ringya Makes Contact Management a 'Snap'

Ringya recently launched a contact management app that lets you create contact lists on your phone by simply snapping a picture of a paper list with names, email addresses and phone numbers on it. While other contact management apps exist…Ringya is the first of it’s kind that lets you snap a picture and instantly create a contact list.

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Geoff Simon, Technorati

Ringya Tames Mobile Contact Lists

Email groups and lists have become pretty much commonplace on your notebook or desktop computer, so why shouldn’t you have access to the same sort of thing on your mobile phone? That’s a problem that app developer Ringya is trying to tackle.

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Heather Clancy, ZDNet

The Ringya app is every busy, cluttered, not-so-organized parent's dream. Really.

If your fridge is like mine, it’s covered with artwork, kids’ papers from school and class lists that I’m just too busy to input into my address book, computer or phone. Well how about an app that can do it all for you?

Really.

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Jeana Lee Tahnk, Cool Mom Tech

App of the Week: Ringya

Your phone is a powerful tool, but perhaps not powerful enough when it comes to manually inputting contacts from a printed list. The whole process can get boring and it’s really easy to put it all off.

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Ramon Ray, Business Insider

Rock and Drool

Friends, check this app out. I can tell you this, it will reorganize your contacts in a way you never thought possible. And this is coming from one of the most unorganized chick anyone has ever met. In fact, generally, I have an aversion to organization but this app is too cool to not use!

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Mom Gone Mental, www.RockandDrool.com

Israeli Startup Ringya, The First Collaborative Address Book For Smartphones

An Israeli startup called Ringya has put an interesting new twist on the address book. They’ve taken, probably your most social set of data and added social functionality. Ringya allows users to share their address book, as much or as little of it as they want, as seamlessly as sharing a photo, video or other digital asset.

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Nibletz, The Voice of Startups Everywhere

Ringya Lets You Take a Picture of Contact Lists and Organizes Them for You

The app provides you with access to the people you need to reach, shows you how they fit into your world with contextual caller ID, and keeps the entire group current with instant collaborative updates.

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Amit Chowdhry, Pulse2

App of the Week: Ringya

Ringya not only makes managing your contacts simpler, but it also utilizes your phone’s camera to “scan” a shot of a contact list and organize it.

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Miguel Leiva-Gomez, Small Biz Technology

Kelly Whalen, www.theCentsibleLife.com

When I heard about Ringya I said a little prayer of thanks to the app gods. Ringya is an app that creates rings of contacts from all your contacts and lists. Here’s why it’s awesome– you don’t have to spend hours entering the contact info into your phone, you can take a photo of your paper contact list or upload a contact list with a few clicks! How easy is that?!

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Kelly Whalen, www.theCentsibleLife.com

Jessica Cohen, Blogger, Found the Marbles

Far and away the coolest app I’ve seen lately is Ringya… Last week I took a photo of the contact list for my son’s soccer team.  Within minutes that list became the soccer team ring in my contacts.  I can also make life easier for the other team parents by sharing that ring with them.  Also, when one ring member updates their contact information the entire list automatically gets the update so the list stays current.

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Jessica Cohen, Blogger, Found the Marbles

Holly Rosen Fink, www.theCultureMom.com

I don’t know about you but I’m drowning in information.  Lists, lists and more lists.  Classroom lists, sports team lists, business contact lists, book club lists and more.  Every time I come home from a meeting or conference, I bring home lists, emails and important information to manage.

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Holly Rosen Fink, www.theCultureMom.com

Theresa, Blogger, Faith and Family Reviews

I am all for time savers…like the Ringya iPhone App…The thing is this app isn’t just for businesses, but for coaches, PTAs, Girl/Boy Scouts, teachers and whoever has contact lists…Easy peasy! What a neat little app!

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Theresa, Blogger, Faith and Family Reviews

Annrena Kim, Stay-at-home mom of two

I’m in app love!  Ringya is obviously dedicated to making moms’ lives easier because this app really does save the day.  I’ve used it for my kid’s class lists, team lists and our school PTA directory.  I love that I have all the contact information I need, the caller ID and the ability to send a group email from any where at any time.

Annrena Kim, Stay-at-home mom of two

הסוף לבלאגן ברשימות הקשר: פתרון ישראלי יעזור לכם לנהל את המספרים

עם פתיחת שנת הלימודים בוודאי קיבלתם רשימות קשר של התלמידים וההורים בכיתה – רשימה ארוכה ומפורטת המכילה מספרי טלפון, כתובות מגורים וכתובות דוא”ל. אלא שכאשר תזדקקו למספר כדי לתאם הסעה דחופה או לברר מידע כלשהו, תגלו שהרשימה נותרה תלויה על המקרר במטבח…חברת הסטארט-אפ הישראלית רינגיה מנסה לפתור בעיה זו

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ענבל אורפז, The Marker, TechNation

Ringya App Review

Ringya transforms contact lists (class lists, work contacts, sport teams) into organized, sharable, digital lists. Just snap a picture of a paper list or email the app a digital version and…voila…you’ve got it handy on your phone!

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Ashleigh, A Mom's Take

Ringya Lets You Snap Photos of Paper Lists

The big idea here is that we haven’t completely transitioned into an all-digital world. There are still contact lists hanging on bulletin boards, stuffed in customer files, passed around at PTA meetings, etc. And many of these types of lists are still on paper…

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Sarah Perez, TechCrunch

Mike Torres, Environmental Services Consultant

This app is my ultimate solution for keeping track of my client contact lists.  As a consultant, I’m a big fan of how each list is categorized by name rather than one long alphabetized list.  It’s been great for when I’m on-the-go and need to reach a client contact immediately.  I no longer have to search my emails in hopes of finding that that number in a signature.  The company directory is right at my fingertips.

Mike Torres, Environmental Services Consultant

Stacey Levine, High School Teacher and mom of two

As an educator, this app is a lifesaver.  I’m a huge multi-tasker and this is the only app that allows me to take a picture of my class lists, faculty list and the school directory and organized them into neat, mobile lists.  It’s works like magic, and saves me time and stress.  I shared it with the other teachers, who now think I’m a hero. Thank you Ringya.

Stacey Levine, High School Teacher and mom of two

Anne Morrissey, Working mom of two

As a working mom of two small girls, this is the smartest app I’ve come across in a long time.  We were running late last week to a soccer game.  As we were flying out the door, I was able to quickly text all of the parents and coach to let them know we were on our way.  It was so fast, easy and super convenient not to have to run back upstairs, find the contact list and begin calling people.

Anne Morrissey, Working mom of two

Shachar C., Father

Only yesterday I came across Ringya: I received a notification from a mother (I didn’t know) in my daughter’s class, downloaded your app, and was very happy to receive an organized digital list of all the kids in my daughter’s class and their parents.  Soon enough I created my own list, for my son’s kindergarten, and already shared it.

Shachar C., Father

A. Blatt, Busy working mom

The school year just started and normally we’d be putting copies of the class lists in several places – work, home, the car.  Now I have the lists with me all the time! I love that Ringya helps me and saves paper.  

A. Blatt, Busy working mom

Adi J., Mom and High Tech Manager

“This app is cool! I manage all my kids’ contacts in it. Also my office colleagues are in a Ring. ‘Til then I would open a file in my mail every time and copy paste the number… now it just appears under the relevant Ring like any contact. I also know who is calling ’cause Ringya recognizes it!”

Adi J., Mom and High Tech Manager