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Newestwind, to sign in with twitter you have to go to settings > twitter and enter your credentials there, then reopen the app. The app itself is a good idea, it's just kind of useless without enough people to participate the information. Could use some sort of location sorter--if, say, I can help people in LA, Seattle, and Miami (but nowhere else), I should only see questions from those places.
bran muffin on Nov 29, 2012 for asknative
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Crowdsourced Globetrotting, Done Right
Yelp, Foursquare, and GoWalla (R.I.P. a la Facebook). What do they have in common? A general lack of sincerity. While all notable and highly recommended, none have achieved, In my opinion, the kind of personable and intimate travel advise that AskNative aims to harbour within its users. Fresh off the griddle, this user-driven, inquisitive, Q&A passport offers a new way for fellow internationalists to prepare for, or become reacquainted with an area by asking those who know it best, (assuming they're willing to disclose their favourite coffee bar or gallery). Best to the AskNative team, and cheers to a sophisticated app with a bright future, (in more ways than one)!
RNC Productions on Nov 21, 2012 for asknative
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