Fancred, the social networking app for sports fans, released an update today that enables fans to set up detailed profile pages with an album for each team they support. Fancred will even pull related team material fans have posted on community and team pages into appropriate team albums automatically.
Fancred aspires to be the LinkedIn of sports, but instead of tracking professional credentials, it lets users share information about their lives as sports fans. Up until now, users could create a basic profile with their name, avatar and a website, while participating in communities and team feeds, but there was no way to see all of the content they shared in one place. The new version provides a central place for all of the photos, videos, conversations, articles and check-ins each fan has shared, organized by each team they support.
Just as you would expect on a social network, your friends can give your content a…
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