Does this sound familiar? You work a long day - maybe even juggling between multiple freelance jobs. You text a friend that you can’t wait to get together. But then the day is done, you head home, you pass out on the couch - and you wake up the next day to a missed call because you totally forgot your weeknight plans.
It happens to all of us. Between work, family, and the final season of Game of Thrones, it can be hard to find time to coordinate all of your personal relationships and downtime, as well. That’s where the Ryze app might be able to help.
The Ryze app promises to be a way to cut through digital clutter and social media noise, to help you network and socialize better. As the new app’s mission statement describes it, Ryze is “designed to help you focus on building relationships and creating new opportunities for yourself.”
To do this, Ryze focuses in on a few core functions, designed to help users stay organized, remember important information about people and groups, and build better relationships. The app allows users to schedule follow-ups and reminders with their contacts, so they never forget that important personal or networking call. At the same time, Ryze allows you to sort your friends and contacts into smaller groups, making it easier to compartmentalize and keep your contact list organized. The app also allows you to store notes and info on your contacts, build out a professional or social calendar, effortlessly share articles and videos from around the web.
And if you need an extra push to keep your personal relationships on track? The app also helps gamify your everyday interactions, allowing you to track your progress, monitor your daily usage, and make sure you’re engaging with different individuals and groups. Each part of the app works together to build a complex system of person-to-person and social communication, that’s a breeze to set up and use.
Ready to start focusing on the important people in your life? Ryze is available for iOS devices via the Apple app store, with an Android version in the works.
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