Google Broken, Say Makers of New Tulsa-Based iPhone App AskMeTellMe

Humans Provide Better Answers

TULSA, Okla.--()--A group of Tulsa investors today announced the launch of AskMeTellMe, a national iPhone application born out of frustrations with Google and other popular internet search engines. The new app, which is driven by each user’s individual social network, brings the human element back to decision making in today’s internet-dominated world.

“Who are you going to trust to find a good babysitter – Google or your friends?” says Toby Biolchini, who along with several other Tulsans created the iPhone app that’s free online at the Apple iTunes App Store.

To use the app, download AskMeTellMe from the iPhone App Store for free. The app then prompts users to link to their Facebook and Twitter accounts and users can then simultaneously ask questions to both networks. AskMeTellMe pushes all answers directly to the app on the user’s iPhone, eliminating the need to check both profiles and wade through distracting photos and status updates. You can now ask all of the people you know and trust for answers that Google doesn’t know. Users of the app appreciate the quality control it provides.

“AskMeTellMe cuts through all the frivolous social media chatter and gives you relevant, trustworthy recommendations from people you trust on a single platform.”

The company is currently developing a host of other features for the app that promise to connect local businesses with their customers. For more information about AskMeTellMe, visit www.askmetellme.com or call Tom Droege at (918) 599-0029 or tom@rexpr.com.

Contacts

Rex Public Relations
Tom Droege, 918-599-0029
918-697-8505
tom@rexpr.com

Release Summary

Ask your friends, not Google! A new free iPhone app, AskMeTellMe, pushes good answers to your iPhone by crowd sourcing social media networks. Developed by Tulsa, Okla. entrepreneur Toby Biolchini.

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Contacts

Rex Public Relations
Tom Droege, 918-599-0029
918-697-8505
tom@rexpr.com