Just.me is still in stealth mode, and was actually supposed to hit app stores before the end of 2012. That didn’t happen, obviously, but it’s safe to assume the company is nearing launch day. What we do know is that, upon launch, native mobile applications will be available for both iOS and Android. The service will be free of charge (both the app and storage) and be available in a host of different languages, including English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. (via Upgrading your phone to be truly social: A chat with Just.me founder Keith Teare (video) - The Next Web)

  1. beenposh said: How exactly does one patent a mobile version of subscriber-based direct mail? I’m not seeing it.