Map of friends

Banjo uses Google Maps to plot out geotagged posts from your friends.
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Community of Banjo users

The Community tab shows a map of nearby users who have posted public content to one or more social-networking sites.
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People nearby

With the People grid view, you can get a quick snapshot of users who are posting public content nearby.
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Friend Alerts

The Friend Alerts feature can notify you when contacts are as close as a quarter mile or as far as 10 miles away from your current location.
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Sliding navigation

Banjo's slide-out navigation panel is much like the Facebook mobile app's.
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Add accounts

Banjo is useful as a hub for your Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Google accounts.
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