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Yabbly!

I'm here to write you about awesome app I've recently found!
Yabbly is an online community of thoughtful people who help each other make great purchasing decisions everyday. They were finalists in SxSW 2013 in the social category and are a top 3 search result in "product reviews" on the iPhone app store.

Yabbly is very easy to us. You can sign up there with your FB or twitter account and you can also create a spacial account for this app. The app is very easy to use so don't have to think twice about using it or spend tons of time trying to figure what's going on. After that you can ask or give advice. I personally dunno what is better! You'll have to wait for awhile before your question finally gets to Yabbly. But it is guarantied you get your answer in 24 hours (I can't say that about some different Q&As).
So go there! Create your lists, earn karma by helping others, look for similar situation and have fun!
Below you can find an example of yabbly online interface and a part of my profine. Interested in my top 10 loves of things of daily or so use? You can check out my yabbly top 10 products of love here
There is a moblie version which is very easy and comfy to use. I don't prepare a proper photo for you so i'm just one I found in google.

P.S. there is also a yabbly store!


Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  4. Very nice app!

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  5. Hello from Spain: great information. We keep in touch.

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  6. Looks like a very cool app, havent heard about it yet! Kisses Lyosha! xo

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  7. It's a very nice and interesting app. Great post as always.

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  8. Sounds interesting, never heard of it until now x

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  9. Cool!! It sounds very interesting! Thanks for sharing! I'm definitely going to check it out :)

    x❤x❤

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