SINGAPORE, Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Novelinked, a startup based in Singapore is delighted to launch what it calls "A Virtual Library on the Go." The App is unique as it is the only location based app to package key features to facilitate the swapping of books while at the same time providing an opportunity to interact socially with like-minded people. This is where Old Books Meet New Friends.
The concept of the App is very simple. Books once read collect dust and occupy bookshelf space. Selling them also does not yield much benefit. Novelinked promises to convert an old book into virtual cash by swapping it with someone else for a book you want to read. Talking about the uniqueness of the App, Arvind Monie the Founder said, "We have a great service on offer with a selection of core functionality taking book swapping to a new level. Our App uses the mobile device to essentially do what book swapping does but without any associated costs like membership fees and shipping costs together with the added opportunity to socially interact with your book match if you choose to take it offline."
The App is very useful even for people who know each other well. How often do you ask your best friend what books he or she has on their shelf? Now through Novelinked they can be paired up so that any common reading preferences can be picked up and they can swap them. The platform is very flexible and informal but at the same time targets two key audiences. Young adults who would like to meet up with like-minded people to make new friends as well as parents of children who have a voracious appetite to read books. Arvind was quick to note "Novelinked is not a dating App. I think books are a great way to socially introduce like-minded people be it young socially active adults who want to meet new friends or parents who want to meet fellow parents to grow a support mechanism to assist in their child's social development. Our platform is target market neutral. We let the user decide"
MakasharCreative (Owner of Novelinked)
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