Brooklyn, NY, October 18 2010 -- Woern LLC today announced the development of Jagimo 2.0, the mobile mashup social network. JAGIMO enables users to create mashups of words and photos with random people from around the world. Version 2.0 adds social networking features, including user profiles, Facebook and Twitter integration, and like/dislike features.

Users can:

    <*>Connect with each other on Facebook and Twitter <*>Share a personal photo, bio, links, and hometown <*>See stats of how many jagimos they started, retossed, and commented on <*>View all of a user’s jagimos <*>Like and dislike jagimos <*>Share their jagimos on Facebook and Twitter

Profiles are easily entered and edited on a user's iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

“This release will represent a major leap forward for JAGIMO,” says Woern LLC president and co-founder Erich Wood.“We find that people are using the current version of JAGIMO to get to know each other little by little through their additions to the jagimo mashups. Version 2 will enhance that experience.” 

Frequent JAGIMO user“spiderkid" is participating in the beta testing.“I love tossing out ideas and seeing how other people interpret my topic and add to the mashup. The new version is really well implemented and lets us get to know and connect with random people from all over. They didn't re-invent a Facebook. They made something entirely new."

JAGIMO 2.0 will be available for FREE in Apple's App Store in mid-November. Version 1 is available now.


JAGIMO is a social networking app for iOS where users“toss” ideas and random people“catch” them to create cool and creative mashups. Someone starts a jagimo by entering a topic, creating the first message with words and/or photos, and then“tossing” it. Then it is sent to other randomly chosen people. Those people“catch” the jagimo and have a limited time to respond. After a certain number of tosses, you can check out the resulting mobile mashup, comment on it, like or dislike it, share it on Facebook and Twitter, and connect with other jagimers.


Founded in 2010 by veterans of online media industries, and based in Brooklyn, New York, WOERN (pronounced“wern”) develops location-based social games and applications.


Contact: Erich Wood




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