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Ra’anana-based start-up VocalReferences makes it easier for businesses to share customer testimonials.

August 13, 2014 13:19
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Ra’anana-based start-up VocalReferences makes it easier for businesses to share customer testimonials.. (photo credit: PATRICIA CARMEL)


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It’s common to hear, “There’s an app for that,” whatever “that” might be. And indeed, during the last few weeks of unremitting terrorism, there were several Israeli-developed war- and security- related apps available for download: Tzeva Adom (Red Alert in English) for Android and iPhone alerted users to sirens wherever they were wailing; another app, called SOS, developed by United Hatzalah allows users to send a distress alert to specified recipients.

During some of the worst moments of this war, I indulged in a fantasy that peace and harmony among the peoples of the globe were merely a download away, a sort of virtual Iron Dome, if you will. But sad to say, there is, as of now, no app for that.


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