MultiMi Brings All Your Online Identities Into A Single Platform
Waking up in the morning, I no longer just have to check my phone for calls or e-mails. In recent years, I have had to set aside much more time to check all my sources of online communication for important updates and messages. I now check my personal e-mail, my work e-mail, my Facebook messages, my LinkedIn messages and Twitter feed. Real techies might even have to update their Google and Outlook calendars and check their Google Docs and Box.net.
How much time do we actually spend every day getting updates from all these various online platforms?
"A lot," says Israeli start-up Zbang.it and "it's a giant waste of time."
That is why Zbang.it, together with anti-virus company AVG, developed MultiMi, a computer application designed to help internet users combine most their online life on their desktops and erases the need to constantly switch between sites. Email accounts, social networks, calendars, pictures from Picasa and Flickr, videos from YouTube, Facebook chat and GTalk and viewing documents from Google Docs and Box.net can all be accessed from one place with MultiMi.
The app also allows users to share content between the different platforms and to update any account from within MultiMi. The app provides users with one control center that has access to all their accounts and enables them to stay up-to-date from one location.