Path updated to include Nike+ integration, music matching, camera enhancements
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Are you a fan of Facebook? Twitter? Instagram? Shazam? Nike+?
Would you be interested in a service that essentially combines the functionality of all these mobile apps into one sleek and simple-to-use program? Then perhaps you should give Path a try.
After its most recent update (see my colleague, Paul Sloan’s take here), Path could become a major player in the social networking game, expanding its existing 2 million user base. All these enhancements take the brain-child of former Facebook platform manager, angel investor Dave Morin, to a whole new level.
The major integration win for Path comes in the form of its partnership with Nike+. Now, when you want to complete a workout and share with friends, an option to share on Path is at your disposal. Path’s integration is more than just posting your times, though. When you start a run, a note is made on Path. If followers add an emoticon (the equivalent of a Facebook “Like”), yo… [Read more]
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