Taglines - a work in progress
Lately, the TalkTo team has been talking about tag-lines and messaging. I always find it helpful to see a list of examples. So I created the below list of popular consumer Internet (mostly mobile) tag-lines. If I've got one wrong, please let me know. If you want to add anything, please leave a comment. And sorry...it's a working list so nothing is alphabetized or categorized.
Also, here is a list of mature company tag-lines.
TalkTo - No more calls! Search for any business, text it and get a response.
Uber - Everyone's private driver.
Lyft - Your friend with a car.
SnapChat - Realtime picture chatting for iOS and Android.
Instagram - Fast beautiful photo sharing.
Postagram - Send your photos as real postcards.
Sincerely - Making the world more thoughtful.
Exec - Housecleaning and on-demand errand services.
TaskRabbit - Task & Errand Service By Awesome, Trustworthy People
Waze - Get the best route, every day, with real-time help from other drivers.
foursquare - Discover and share great places with friends.
Clear - To-do lists made breathtakingly simple.
Square - Accept credit card payments anywhere with your iPhone, Android or iPad.
Vine - The best way to see and share life in motion.
Warby Parker - Vintage-inspired prescription eyeglasses starting at $95.
Ministry of Supply - Performance Professional Apparel
Kickstarter - Bringing Creativity to life.
LevelUp - Pay with your iPhone / Engineered for speed, security & rewards.
Tumblr - Post anything (from anywhere!), customize everything, and find and follow what you love.
Gympact - Never miss another workout
Voxer - The only live push-to-talk system where you never miss a message.
RunKeeper - The Personal Trainer In Your Pocket.
Hotel Tonight - Last-minute hotel deal apps for iPhone, Android and iPad.
Twitter - Instantly connect to what's most important to you.
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YouTube - Broadcast yourself
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