Yes. MoxMe!'s SuperGroups platform synchronizes your contact data across multiple platforms, allowing you to see your most current contact data on your Android, Blackberry or iOS-equipped device, on your desktop in your favorite programs like Outlook, and in Google and Facebook too. Now you can update someone's number in one place, and it will update in all the places you need to see it!
No. You can get a lot of value out of MoxMe! even if you keep it limited to your family, friends, sports teams members, customers, etc. That having been said, we've found that as more and more groups join, there's a exponential value that results as more and more people can communicate and collaborate easier. We urge any community looking at implementing MoxMe! on the town-wide level to include the town hall, community center, schools, and other fixed place organizations to take part -- these will anchor your application and ensure it's success.
Yes, Yes, and Yes. MoxMe!'s synchronization engine was designed to synchronize with each of these platforms.
Yes, Yes, Yes, and Yes. MoxMe!'s synchronization engine was designed to synchronize with each of these platforms.
In concept, yes. In practice, it depends on how you configure your synchronization as you control what gets synched and how. Most people want to have one master database against which all the synchronizations occur to avoid duplicates and missing data. As a result, we default configure the system to be this way. As such, if you make a change in one part of your contact synch ecosystem, say on your mobile phone, it will work its way through to the other contacts repositories in your ecosystem -- like your Google account or your Outlook database.
MoxMe! endeavors to make its basic and most popular offerings available for free. Fee-based offerings are premium services that offer a value added extension of the basic services; these premium services are optional. Feel free to use the free services as much as you would like. Our biggest cost is communications expense, and all our packages ask that you buy communications credits should you be using services that we have hard costs on, like SMS/Text Messaging, Voice Broadcasting, and Push Notifications. We don't charge for email, so if you are OK with getting email alerts, you won't incur any communications expense. We know times are tight, particularly in the education and municipality space. MoxMe! is justifying its services in light of the tremendous time and cost savings of implementing our services, and we think that there's value in that. Check out the Pricing tab of this website for more information on our Pricing. We think it's the best deal in town!
If you have a "smart phone" like an Android OS, Apple iOS, or Blackberry OS based phone -- like Droids, iPhones/iPads/iPods, and Blackberries -- Yes. If you have a "feature phone", it depends and we like to say No to cover ourselves best. In the near future, we believe that all phones will be smart phones and connected to the Internet fulltime. As such, that's what we're designing for. As much as you like your 5-year old flip phone, like analog phones before them, these will go the way of the Dodo and be extinct before long. So, connected smart phones have the ability to exchange information with our servers in real-time and to flow through any changes you make onto the databases and people who need to know. If you have any questions about whether your phone is supported by our synchronization engine, contact MoxMe! Customer Support and ask. We're helpful!
You control privacy of all your data. Period. Our privacy policies are more stringent and flexible than Facebook's, Google's and mobile phones. All data is presumed private unless you do something to make it less private. You control whether your personal data -- on a whole record or field-by-field level -- is seen by others in your family, your groups, your town, and so on. We consider privacy to be a major issue that we protect for as best we can -- echoing the concerns of our main constituencies -- the towns and schools within them.
MoxMe! is focusing on the main contact programs. There are hundreds of options here, and we're staying close to our consumer roots here and not supporting every business contact application out there -- there are better business services for these instances. MoxMe! supports Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, mobile OS (Android, Apple iOS4, Blackberry), Outlook, Windows, and LinkedIn (soon). If you have a pressing need for a particular contact program, give MoxMe! Customer Service a shout...we probably can support it through a generic interface.