Amie, a new productivity app from ex-N26 item supervisor Dennis Müller, has actually picked up $1.3 million in pre-seed funding to “start” advancement and hiring.
Support 23 year-old Müller is Creandum– the European VC best understood for being an early financier in Spotify– along with Tiny.VC and a plethora of angels. They consist of Laura Grimmelmann (Ex-Accel), Nicolas Kopp (CEO, N26 U.S.), Roland Grenke (Dubsmash co-founder) and Zachary Smith (SVP of item at U.S. opposition bank Chime).
Established early this year and with a prepared launch in early 2021, Berlin-based Amie is developing a productivity app that integrates a person’s calendar and to-dos in one place. Previously called coco, it promises to work across all devices, with a user interface that “works similar to you think”.
“In the past, you had a calendar on your office wall, and a to-do list on a notepad,” Müller informs me. “You might take your list with you elsewhere, but not your calendar. Those were digitized instead of reconsidering the flow. Most productivity apps solve extremely particular issues, producing a new one, [and] users need too many tools”.
Amie pre-release app screenshot Müller states Amie is developed on the concept that” to-dos, practices and occasions all take time, and all belong in the exact same place”. Many individuals currently set up to-dos and the start-up wants use the fastest way to produce to-dos, schedule events, check your calendar “and even delve into Zoom calls”.
As a glimpse of what’s to come, Amie promises to let you drag ‘n’ drop to-dos into your day, or turn links and screenshots into to-dos. “With Amie’s Alfred-like app, you can produce an event and welcome individuals in a different timezone, all while other apps are still filling,” says the young company.
More broadly, Amie wants to function as a main office, letting you likewise do things like join video calls, remember, and do email, without the need to open additional internet browser tabs and therefore prevent “context switching”.
“Amie will target experts who are currently utilizing Google Calendar, due to our combination,” includes Müller. “The waitlist currently counts countless users, who are primarily professionals working in the tech market e.g. designers, developers, bizdevs, etc”.
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