However, it appears that, even if Friendshake is already publicly available, this is still a work in progress being tested out, and so we may see more controls getting put in place, in addition to the fact that you have to activate the service to use it.“To my knowledge, the few people here at Angel Hack that the Facebook employee tested it with are the only people to know about it yet,” said Pincombe.
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Update: it’s accessible via Facebook’s mobile apps, too (see below the break for more details, including comments from the developer).
The service comes a little under two months after Facebook announced the acquisition of Glancee, a mobile app that helps users discover people near them with similar interests, whose three founders have now joined Facebook and closed down their app. More on the service below.] We first heard about the service from developer Roger Pincombe, who himself got the info from a Facebook developer at the Angelhack event going on this weekend: Facebook is a title sponsor, and at the San Francisco event (Angelhack’s taking place also in Seattle, Boston and NYC), and one of its engineers was on site showing off how the app worked with developers. Users have to be logged into Facebook and also into the Friendshake URL, and then others who are near can pick each other up.
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In addition, Upton ended up third overall on the APHA youth Top Twenty.While it was originally called ‘Friendshake’, we settled on ‘Find Friends Nearby’ for launch (the URL was a little bit of a homage to the previous iteration).For me, the ideal use case for this product is the one where when you’re out with a group of people whom you’ve recently met and want to stay in contact with.As Pincombe points out, “Before, you would need to tell them your name, probably spell it for them, and then depending on how common your name is, you’d have to tell them which of the results is actually you.This makes it 2 taps if you save a bookmark.” Update: Since publishing, the original FB engineer, Ryan Patterson, responded in the comments below, confirming what we’ve written here (original post follows after his quote): I built Find Friends Nearby with another engineer for a hackathon project.She was named the "new face" of Bobbi Brown cosmetics in 2014.