Atmospheir is the social re-imagination of your address book. Get and give everything with one ID.
1. Create your Atmospheir ID.
2. Populate personal and professional profiles with contact information and social networks.
3. Share your ID with others that you want to find you on the network.
4. Choose which profile(s) you want to share with each connection.
Your personal and professional profiles can each contain distinct sets of information including: phone numbers, email addresses, home and work addresses, websites, birthdays, and any of the following 22 social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Soundcloud, Tumblr, Foursquare, Blogger, KiK, Vine, Yelp, Reddit, App.net, WordPress, Quora, Hypem, Behance, Dribble, GitHub, YouTube and Flickr.
- A single, unique ID: Exchange complete sets of contact information and social networks with one ID.
- Choice: Choose which profile(s) to share each time you connect with someone.
- Mobile: Designed for mobile access and use of information in an elegant, yet familiar interface. Call, text email and locate others right from their card.
- Nudges: Nudge your contacts when you need them. Select pre-set nudges: “Call me”, “Text me” or “What are you up to”, or write a custom note.
- Perpetual: All changes your connections make to the info in their profiles will be automatically reflected in their cards.
- Privacy: Only be found by other users that know your ID or have been introduced to you by a mutual contact. Always remain in control of what you share and whom you share it with.
- Nearby: Flip on Atmospheir Nearby (Bluetooth Smart) to allow others also using Nearby within 50 meters to see you and request to connect.
- Introductions: Remember and display who introduced who when you connect friends and colleagues. Seek new contacts of your own by requesting introductions through your own connections.
- Tagging: Tag your connections and utilize the search bar to quickly find them.
- Explore: Discover and explore your connections’ presences on social networks they have included in the profile(s) they’re sharing with you.