[prMac.com] Castelginest, France – Linkinet, a young French IT start-up, introduces Baby Name Together 1.6.5, a new and free application available in France on Android and iOS since October 2014 with currently more than 15 000 users. Searching for a baby names becomes now simple and fun! Parents who want to find their future child’s name each download the application to their mobile phone or tablet. When creating their account, parents can link their lists by providing their partner’s email address.
The purpose of the application is to allow each future mother and father to create a list at their own pace, when and where they like (on the go at home or at a park…). Baby Name Together replaces lists of baby names that are written on paper and have to be manually compared. The application is meant to be practical, fun and useful. Two user interfaces are available, a classical list or a Tinder-Like style. In addition to gender, parents can choose among 15 languages and mythological or religious names. The database contains close to 15,000 baby names. The ranking, meaning and statistics for each babys name adds to the content.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6/6 Plus
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 8.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
The free version of Baby Name Together (v1.6.5) is available worldwide through the App Store in the Lifestyle category. Baby Name Together Pro is $0.99 (USD), without advertisements and allows users to access their lists on all their devices simultaneously (phone, tablet …). There is also an Android version available on Google Play.Baby Name Together 1.6.5
Download from iTunes
Screenshot (Common Names)
Press Kit (zip)
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