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Thursday
Apr052012

Banjo for iPhone Just Got Better with the Latest Update

I'm a frequent Banjo user on my iPhone. In case you don't know, Banjo is an iPhone app that uses location to let you know when your friends are nearby. It is also a way to get to know people around you. They did a pretty big redesign with version 2.0, but I didn't like a couple of the design changes they did (like the home screen) and I actually let them know.

With today's update, Banjo really won me back with the design. A much improved UI that resembles the latest trend on iOS, that you can see in apps such as Path, Facebook, etc., but Banjo stands on their own feet with some tweaks that set them apart.

They also clustered back a couple of the alerts and notifications it used to have together that were separated in version 2.0.

Other than design changes that took away the home screen, included in this update are

  • Superpowers: find your friends’ latest location based social updates
  • All-in-one notification center for friend alerts, messages, updates

Banjo is free and available in the App Store [iTunes Link].

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