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Microsoft & Bing Launch We’re In App on Windows Phone

August 18, 2011 7 Comments

Microsoft (Bing) have launched a cool new app on Windows Phone. It is called “We’re in” at it is an app that helps you see where your friends are and organize get togethers. It works by just making an account which it requires just a picture of you and your phone number. No one can see your location if you aren’t set up as their friend – same goes the other way around obviously. I really like the way that Microsoft supports their own platform by putting out these apps for free.

Grab the app now on the WP7 marketplace

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App Info:
We’re In is an application that simplifies the logistics of meeting your friends.

We’re In makes organizing get-togethers, carpooling or trying to find people in a crowd a breeze. Any time you want to see where your friends are – We’re In can help you. It’s simple, invite your friends, and when they join, they’ll see your location and you’ll see theirs. When the invite expires, so does the shared location – no complicated process to worry about.

We’re In allows you to:

  • Create a get-together invite for a group of friends
  • See where your friends are
  • Share your location with your friends in real time
  • Control your privacy – your location is only shared with the group of invitees, only for a short time slot



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  • Brandon

    You guys really gotta start posting QR Codes for your app links… Running on my Linux Netbook is depressing when I click the WindowsPhone links 🙁

    • http://wp7connect.com Hyde13


      Maybe we will attempt it in the near future and see how the process goes

      • Brandon

        Super easy to do :)http://createqrcode.appspot.com/

        probably take less time than it does for you to code up the 🙂

        • http://wp7connect.com Hyde13

          Thanks… I know how its done – its just adding another item on the todo list for every single app we put up here.  – it adds up

        • http://wp7connect.com Hyde13

          i’d rather use Microsoft Tag though

          • Brandon

            that works too. If you have attempted to use the Zune client to download an app to a Windows Phone, you’ll understand why it’s MUCH more preferable to download apps on the phone directly – hence some sort of wp7-visually-consumable tag that folks can easily snap from the web page.

            just lookin to help a site out 🙂

          • http://wp7connect.com Hyde13

            Alot of people though like installing from Zune because if something happens it is easy to reinstall apps

            But yeah I know some people rather just scan a code…. we will see

            Thanks for the suggestion  : )

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