First there were posts, then tweets. Now we’ve got a new word to use as a method for sharing bits of ourselves: the cling.
“What the &#%$ is a cling,” you’re probably asking right now. So here’s the deal: If you use developer MyCityWay‘s new free app Clingle, you can leave virtual stuff for others to find — including messages, photos, videos and iTunes songs — at a particular location, which are then geotagged, uploaded to a server and made available for whomever you specify.
There’re also whole bunch of check-in based rewards to make it more Foursquare-ish, like points that can be redeemed for stuff at an upcoming Clingle Store, and business proprietors can use it to offer specials at the door through customers iPhones. Pretty cool.