01 Jul '11, 5am

Google+ Mobile App Reads NFC Tags for easy sharing

Google+ Mobile App Reads NFC Tags for easy sharing

Found out that if you have the Google+ mobile app and an NFC phone, you can actually tap NFC tags that contact text type content and it would launch Google+ with the text content pre-typed into the status update field. I can already think of how it can be used at events ;p

Full article: http://ridz.sg/blog/2011/07/google-mobile-app-reads-nfc-t...

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