By Donna Tam, CNet:
Jildy, the iPhone app that organizes your friends list, is promising a better status browsing experience that will take users less than a minute.
The app’s update announced today means it can now push the statuses it thinks is most relevant to you — based on the keywords you choose and the group of friends you want to hear from — to the top of your reading list.
With this update, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company — formed by some former employees ofWowd, a company bought by Facebook last year for its real-time search technology — has cleaned up its original app and added more functionality, CEO Mark Drummond said.
The app has always been able to automatically group friends into clusters based on the relationships between them… Read more