MobileDay users help improve apps
Last Updated: 16:03 December 10, 2012
MobileDay launched earlier this year with an app that helps users schedule and dial in to conference calls with one touch. Now the company is expanding the features it is offering, co-founder Brad Dupee said.
"We're starting to get away from one-touch into conference calls, because that's too limited," Dupee said.
MobileDay has more than 10,000 users, whose comments are guiding the company as to what its products need.
"It's all based on user feedback that we're integrating," Dupee said.
MobileDay has been adding to the capabilities of its Apple iOS and Google Android platforms, and now works on all versions of the iPad. The program supports meeting services such as Apple FaceTime, Citrix GoToMeeting, Google+ Hangouts and Cisco WebEx, and its service provider support includes Skype Audio and VoIP support on the iPad and through Google Voice via Talkatone, according to the company.
In November, MobileDay completed a small fundraising round, raising $1.03 million, bringing its total seed money to about $2.5 million. The money came from existing investors, which includes the Boulder-based Foundry Group and Bullet Time Ventures. MobileDay raised almost $1.5 million in late 2011.
MobileDay will use the money to develop its paid app, Dupee said. MobileDay plans to generate revenue by selling apps to individual users and licensing the app to enterprises.
MobileDay is finding that users who download and use the app are driving the interest the company is receiving from large companies.
"The users are bringing it to the enterprise they work for, and the enterprises are approaching us," Dupee said.
MobileDay has six full-time employees, Dupee said.
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