About.me blends the personal, professional you online (video)

About.me, which brings together all of a person's social-media content, is launching a mobile app. SmartPlanet visits its San Francisco offices to get a first look.

Tony Conrad and Ryan Freitas started the site About.me as a way to aggregate people's social-media content like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter into a single hub. Think of it as the personal and professional you all in one place online.

If you only get one chance to make a first impression, says Conrad, "We think it should be the whole you."

Since launching the site, it has grown to more than 1 million users. The business was acquired in 2010 by AOL, which has enabled About.me to launch a mobile app. SmartPlanet visit its San Francisco offices to get a first look.

This video originally appeared on SmartPlanet with the headline "About.me launches mobile app."

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