If you work for a large company, your boss probably has a large Rolodex with all his business contacts’ information in it. The boss may have a secretary who manages scheduling and appointment reminders. If you’re like most programmers, you likely don’t have either of those. What you do have is a computer in your pocket that has the capability of storing all sorts of personal information: your friends’ names, their phone numbers and email addresses, your plans for the weekend, a grocery list, and more. Our mobile phones have become intensely personal devices, one of the few things that are with us almost all day long. We trust the phone with a great deal of information, and, if users are willing to share that information, your apps can become far more useful, immediate, and personal.
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