Next2Friends is a mobile social network taking on a surprisingly crowded field now arguably including traditional giants MySpace and Facebook. Next2Friends supports a proximity network, live video streaming and online video editing.
The proximity network allows you to meet up with people who have similar interests simply by being near them. The network recognizes other users by connecting through bluetooth with other phones. They ask, "Are you next to friends?"
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