September 3, 2014 in Productivity (F)
[prMac.com] Oulu, Finland - Finnish startup Mekiwi Oy has been crowdfunding for their mobile application Wimble on Indiegogo for a while now. Wimble is an application meant for time management which focuses on making time management fun through gamified and rewarding user experience. Wimble differs from other time management applications by being motivating through gamification. It adds inspiring achievements and ranking systems into time management for bringing playfulness into users' lives. Through playfulness users can get the motivation they need to manage their time more efficiently.
Wimble also combines all the areas of time management together while other apps focus only on their own areas: calendar, task lists, to-do lists and notes. With Wimble you do not need any more other time management applications.
Now for a while, Mekiwi Oy's crowdfunding video has been appearing on multiple news sites on the Internet. The reason for this is simply that it's very funny and totally different from the others. It's been described that the video combines high quality production and total awesomeness.
Unfortunately, the Indiegogo campaign has only managed to collect around $1,100 of their $20,000 goal. However, they have still over two weeks left to make it. In time, we will know what happens. For more information, visit the Wimble website.
Mekiw Oy is a freshly founded Finnish startup which delivers easy-to-use and smart one-stop solutions for helping people to manage their daily life. Mekiwi Oy encourages people to succeed and makes them achieve their personal goals. Company's products and services unite fun, practicality, intelligence and social elements into one. Mekiwi's focus is to conduct business globally and develop software for mobile platforms along with other platforms. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Mekiwi Oy. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.