aWings – AngelList Wings

Available on the App StoreAngelList Wings is an iPhone native app for browsing, searching, following and reading on AngelList, about startups, founders and investors.  AngelList is a community of startups and investors who make fund-raising efficient. The app uses the AngelList API, allowing you to track your AngelList news feed, in order to see who has updated their status, invested, followed a company and more Enjoy it wherever you will go!

 

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 aWings was reviewed on Techcrunch!

 

     

Features:

ACTIVITY: Track all the users and startups activities; Share them via tweet or mail

USERS: See bio and details of every AngelList user, follow or Twit to

STARTUPS: See product description and details of every AngelList startup,  follow or Twit to

SEARCH: Search for users or startups

STATUS: Update your  Status

…AND MORE…

Some feature may require an Angellist Account.

Minimum Requirement iOS Version: iOS4

 

 

 

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