Entrepreneur covers Ankur and Humin’s rapid growth. Read below to learn more:
What makes a smartphone “smart”? Is it simply because it’s connected to the internet? The founders behind San Francisco-based Humin want to make smartphones truly intelligent.
Humin has rebuilt the phone app to remember people by the way you’ve come to know them. When you meet someone new, Humin can help you remember the context around the moment. So, instead of an alphabetical contact list, Humin has created an engine that lets you search with terms like “met last week” or “lives in Austin.”
Humin integrates seamlessly with email, calendar, contacts, Facebook and LinkedIn, so it disappears into the background, helping you connect with the people who are relevant to you, the company says.
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