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Secundas: An android mobile app that helps those in need

2016-04-09


A second life and a second chance. Hence the Latin name, Secundas is an android cell phone application that helps people exchange goods and services: anything from a meal to a textbook.

If you have an android phone, all you need to do is download the application, register as a donor in order to offer something to the community; as a receiver, if you need help; or, you can register as an "angel.”

An "angel” is an intermediary who looks for those who have, and for those who are in need, and puts them in contact with each other.Those responsible for the application verify the identity of the "angels” with a call.

Unlike other applications that exchange favors or free services, Secundas has the distinction of being inspired by Pope Francis and his message against our wasteful culture. With the use of this mobile app, you can contribute his petition of not letting things go to waste.


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