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article imageZenDay platform passes 250,000 downloads — iOS testing to begin Special

By Eleanor Wall     Jan 24, 2014 in Business
ZenDay CEO and co-founder Richard Phan has disclosed that ZenDay will launch private beta testing of the iOS version of their time management platform next week.
In an email interview, Phan shared that ZenDay's Android app has passed 250,000 downloads and the company will now begin beta testing of their iOS integration. More than just another calendar app, ZenDay integrates everything from your to-do list to your work calendar into one intuitive synchronization platform. Rather than focus on doing more, ZenDay helps users to make the most of their time by prioritizing tasks and shifting those that are less crucial to more appropriate time periods. No need to reschedule that task you just don’t have time for; ZenDay automatically readjusts your calendar according to your progression throughout your day. The intuitive technology helps ZenDay enthusiasts to feel less stressed about their daily activities and more at peace with their time management.
ZenDay s Founding Team
ZenDay's Founding Team
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Based out of Annecy, France, ZenDay graduated from BlackboxVC’s Connect program in October 2013 and is currently in San Francisco’s Bay area meeting with potential angel investors to further fundraising efforts. Developed by a founding team that includes a psychologist, a software engineer, and a communications specialist, ZenDay helps its loyal band of users to visualize their schedule at a glance, manage their time and not just their tasks, and self-coach their way to a more productive and rewarding day. Originally launched as Zime, the team re-branded to ZenDay to more accurately highlight the benefits of using their platform.
From an investment standpoint, the possibilities of ZenDay are immense. More than just an app, the ZenDay platform will integrate with enterprise workflow and project management systems. ZenDay allows each employee to better plan their time, and as a result, significantly improves the efficiency of business processes and projects. As a proof of concept, ZenDay already integrates with task management tools like Google Tasks and Evernote.
ZenDay s Intuitive Time Planner
ZenDay's Intuitive Time Planner
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Future plug-ins that integrate with ZenDay are planned. By integrating seamlessly with numerous task and project management tools, ZenDay allows users to monitor and manage their workflow from one visual, GPS-inspired 3D interface. Already winning awards for their intuitive user interface, Phan disclosed that ZenDay is working with the renowned design team at Idean to make the ZenDay experience even more engaging.
Android users can discover ZenDay on Google Play. iOS users can sign up for updates via ZenDay’s web portal. Discover ZenDay’s forward thinking technology for yourself. It just might be one of the most rewarding time management steps you take this year.
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