Gist Goes Mobile With iPhone App


Gist - iPhoneGist, the relationship management service that went to open beta last month, today announces the release of an iPhone (s aapl) application, available through the App Store, that makes getting access to your data easier while on the go.

By its very nature, Gist compiles a sometimes overwhelming amount of information about your contacts so I was a bit skeptical about it being possible to reduce it down for the mobile interface. Gist combats this by really focusing on your most important people: those who you are meeting with next.

The Initial views on the app work on the assumption that you are either on your way to your meeting or taking a few minutes prior to prepare. Gist displays the meeting attendees and provides quick links to zip off an update email or pull up a map. It also provides easy access to the dossiers of your meeting attendees so you can grab some quick info prior to your event.

Beyond that, you do have the same views to your data as on the web app, your dashboard, events, people and companies — all distilled into consumable pieces that fit into the time that you have.

The Gist iPhone app is being released for no charge as part of the open beta program and is available through the Apple iTunes App Store. UPDATE: According to Robert Pease, VP Marketing, Gist, the App will now be launched next week.

How will mobile access to your Gist data help you keep in tune with your contacts?


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I haven’t used Gist but I have heard some good things. I think this app may be more valuable to those who are higher up on the corporate food chain than myself, for better or worse!


Thanks for the great write up Scott and wanted to let your readers know that the Gist iPhone app will now be available next week on the iTunes App Store.

We added some new features to the original release and are still waiting to hear from Apple on the new version.


Robert Pease
VP Marketing
Gist, Inc.


I wondered why it wasn’t showing up in a search….Thanks for the update, Robert.

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