Phoenix, Arizona – Taaply, a networking app for professionals and individuals to connect and exchange business and personal information with just a tap, is excited to use the app’s innovative nature to decrease physical contact while networking during the pandemic. Taaply quickly realized that paper business cards are not the only way to share contact information. Instead, Taaply offers a more stylish way to share contact information without two people simply inserting their names into each other’s phones.
Taaply users have access to their very own Taaply Smart Card, a digitized physical card that allows users to tap and share their personal or business information with friends, clients, or acquaintances. When users wish to share their personal information with others, they can tap their Smart Card on the back of the device they would like to share information with or scan the QR code on the back.
Taaply comes at an extraordinary time, as it allows users to feel distinctively connected to others, despite physical limitations restricting in-person networking and socializing. The app has received a warm reception and is already trending worldwide including USA, Ivory Coast, U.K, Belgium, Togo, Chad, Cameroon.
About Taaply, Inc.
Taaply is a registered trademark with patent-pending that was founded by Lekel Asonganyi and funded by friends and family. The company is rapidly growing and disrupting the tech industry. Taaply cares about the environment and wants to build a better, more simplistic future when it comes to exchanging business or personal information. Paper business cards are a thing of the past, and Taaply is the future.