Crowdsource the ultimate replies to tricky text messages

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Ryan Hoover
Founder, Product Hunt
Ha, this reminds me of @laurenleto's Text From Last Night. It feels inauthentic to crowdsource your text message replies but I guess people already do this by asking their friends how to interpret and respond to digital communications all the time. Some of these are entertaining to browser. E.g.: "So how does this thing work... are we dating now?" "What are your thoughts on cats?" "You're cute"
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Saxon Druce
CTO GlassTerra, owner Binary Space
Thanks everyone for your support of Textie! It's been great fun to go from nothing to this response in just a weekend :D
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Cam Sinclair
Marketeer, Ammo Marketing
Thanks for the feedback Ryan! The original idea was to help people who find it hard to respond to deep and meaningful messages, sheer stupidity or witty quips. (This has been a struggle since Nokia 5110 bricks were lugged around in school backpacks!) Helpful users can post their suggested responses to an SMS or message and their suggestion can be up or down voted. The best replies will float to the top ready to send. Textie was built in 48 hours during Startup Weekend #6 in Perth, Western Australia. There are still plenty of features the team would love to add, such as email notifications when your message receives responses, displaying the top two responses to each message on the front page and a nicer boost feature.
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Ross Currie
Founder, Brutal TearDowns
Hah, great! We are actually competing against these guys at Startup Weekend Perth right now. Did amazingly well to get so far in just 54 hours!
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Can't wait to read a message saying "I've just seen you've posted my message on Textie..." :)
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