ATLANTA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014 — According to a recent study conducted by Pew Research, 73 percent of online adults use social networking sites and 40 percent of all cell phone owners use them as a mean to network. Thanks to a newly launched product developed by Atlanta-based mobile apps Development Company, NamastHey, LLC, it is now possible for people across the globe to efficiently network by exchanging their social media and contact information with one simple click.

“NamastHey’s location based matching algorithm lets users do this in a quick and easy way,” said Azhaan Merchant, founder and CEO of NamastHey, LLC. He reiterates, “as soon as you open NamastHey, it immediately locks down on users who are searching for each other and allows them to exchange information within seconds.”

Merchant, who was born and raised in Mumbai, India, is currently a student at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. He explained that, as a student with many different avenues of communication, he needed an efficient way to collect and store the information provided to him by his social, academic and professional relationships.

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