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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Jan 25, 2017

Unified Android Communication App

Think of the many ways we use to communicate with the mountain of contacts we have in our smartphones.

E-mail, Phone calls, text messages, Twitter, Facebook's Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, Skype and the list continues on.

With that, we have to decide which method of communication is best for each of your contacts and then manually go to the appropriate app.

Well, there's good news for Android smartphone users because there's a really good solution to this ongoing communication problem.

An app called Drupe, that's spelled D R U P E, presents all your contacts along with your various communication apps on one central screen.

You use the Drupe app by dragging your contacts over to the communication app that is best for reaching’s a much more efficient way to go.

It also works with calendars, reminders, Google Maps and even some payment systems like Venmo and Paypal.

This approach makes more sense these days since communicating with your contacts requires so much more than basic messaging.

Checkout this Android app at