While AngellIst Wings has been the only source of finding investors and founders of early stage startups, the difficulty is now being reduced with another such startup having emerged in the industry. It looks like the mobile app Simplr has been aware of the difficulties involved in the search for investors in the Apple App store with its lack of selection in spite of its great importance and this is where it now comes to the rescue.
”The app learns your browsing habits and adjusts delivery to allow important topics to come to the forefront,”, the co founder of the company, as reported by Techcrunch. However, the application’s focus is more on the broader and more public social networks like Twitter and facebook.
With Simplr, a user can now jump to bigger sections like People Startups, Investments and updates. Time is also saved where specific locations and markets can be easily drilled into. Activity feeds and status updates can also be viewed as a whole. Activities of specific companies and people can be easily tracked and bookmarked with SimpleMarks. This way, a user can get a better view of his favourites.
However, in spite of these benefits, users are not to forget that the app being a new one is free from its limitations, like minor crashes and error messages here and there.
The application mainly aims to help startups and has been the co creation of CEO Devang Patel and Chan Sew. The startup has till now been a self funded and ad free one. However, its downloads are not free but quite pricey which can be justified with the attractiveness and usefulness of the app.