Pair is a mobile app designed for staying in touch with that special someone. Could this app, designed to nurture very personal relationships, suggest ways businesses might use mobile apps to support interaction among constituencies like internal teams or partners?

In the Apple and Google markets, Pair is described as “the easiest way to stay in touch with the person you love, making it easy to share the little things in life with each other. It creates a timeline just for the two of you, where you can post cute video messages and photos that no one else will see. You can also chat, share sketches, share your location, and even let your partner know that you’re thinking of them with just the push of a button.”

In a recent New York Times article, Jenna Wortham describes how Pair provides the immediacy of sharing via social media without having to broadcast to an entire social network. She sees the value of adding a level of privacy to the types of sharing that occurs on the most popular social media sites.

“Pair is arriving as many of us are looking to use the Web and our phones much as we always have, but outside of the very public arenas of the social Web. It’s a natural evolution of social networking, especially as Facebook and Twitter have swelled.”

Don’t business users have the same concerns? If so, could a mobile business app that allows sharing within well-defined boundaries be adopted for those users? Maybe a project team would find value in a business app used to remind team members to submit reports on time. Or is email the best way to do that? Or, maybe a text? The preferences of the group that needs to share information will provide the answer.

As an app for couples, Pair provides some interesting features targeted for people in a close relationship, like a way to share photos, and videos, and even a to do list. Wortham likes it for the way it enables private communications between two people in a close relationship.

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The odds are good that Pair will inspire app creators to consider a similar approach for business users, who could also benefit from an easy to use app for sharing information one-to-one or within a small team or workgroup, without over-sharing.