Brewster launched late last year with a simple goal: Replace your tired old A-to-Z contact list with an address book that actually understands your relationships and, in turn, helps you become a better friend. For some of us, this feels like a hopeless pursuit. We’re overworked, stressed, have terrible breath, and just can’t seem to find enough hours in the day to better manage our personal… → Read More
Brewster, the relationship-centric contacts app for iPhone, is today releasing a new version — its first major update since launching in July 2012 and then going international — that will take its smart syncing technology to a new level: Brewster now synchronizes with your iPhone contacts, giving you access to your Brewster-created contacts directly through your native Mail, Message and Phone… → Read More
Brewster, the relationship-centric iOS address book app that went live in the U.S. in July with some fanfare (and a little controversy for good measure), is picking up some more steam. On the heels of an app update earlier this month, this week it is launching across Europe, available for the first time in iOS App Stores across the region. → Read More
Brewster, the hot, new personalized address book app for iPhone, launched to much fanfare this week. But it also launched with a concerning bug. Some users reported they had the ability to see the personal contact information for people they shouldn’t have had access to, including the likes of one Mr. Ashton Kutcher, for example.
His wasn’t the only private contact information exposed, from… → Read More