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Tempo Smart Calendar launches new version of app

11 Jul 2014 08:41
Tempo has launched its new app that brings brains and beauty to its smart calendar with natural language input, built-in iOS reminders and new design.
New timesaving features include the launch of its powerful natural language engine, integration with iOS Reminders and Waze and personalised emails to help users prepare for their workweek. Additionally, a refreshed design continues to shine the spotlight on smarts, making it even easier to get more done in a single tap.

"We want to put an end to the mindless time sinks people encounter every day, and take care of the little things so they can focus on the big things," said Raj Singh, CEO and co-founder of Tempo AI.

Tempo Smart Calendar puts an end to "app surfing." It pulls together disconnected information from a range of data sources, putting everything you need right into the most intuitive place - the calendar. Then, it unleashes its artificial intelligence to present everything in context so people can get more done in one tap.

Download the new version of Tempo Smart Calendar free from the App Store.
    
 
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