Covve – Maintaining Relationships with All of Your Phone’s Contacts

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One of our frequently used assets would probably be our contact addresses stored in our phone. Though, how many of those contacts do you actually keep up with?

Fortunately and as you probably guessed, there’s an app for that and that app is Covve.

Covve is centered around maintaining relationships until the opportunity comes up to reach out to your contacts who would be otherwise collecting dust. Their mission is to make the app as user-friendly as possible for busy people which eventually lets you create opportunities to keep up meaningful relationships with people.

Covve has created a very sophisticated contact management and relationship management system and layered it on top with an easy-to-use app.

Their goal? Simply to keep contact with those who matter most. They sync with your phone address book so you don’t forget about the important people to maintain contact with.

Their method is to archive when you contact people and remind you to give them a ring or a, “Hey, what’s up?” In addition, if there’s something happening in the world that may affect your contacts, Covve will ensure that you’re aware of it. For example, if you have a contact who works at a company and the company gets bought out by another you’ll be alerted immediately and hopefully get in touch with them.

You can make the most out of your relationships by downloading Covve now for free in the App and Google Play Stores.

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