… News headlines, Bookmarks and Widgets into one experience
After a successful BETA launch at TechCrunch Disrupt in September, www.Totally.Me today launched its personalized browser homepage to the public.
Totally.Me combines all your social updates and news headlines into one reading experience. Additionally, Totally.Me also developed a bookmark and widget functionality to make Totally.Me even more your personalized browser homepage.
More than simply aggregating information, Totally.Me allows their users to simply mark an item, forward items to friends, hide items, filter items by keyword, person or source and like/comment on items directly from Totally.Me instead of visiting any social network. On top of that, Totally.Me offers the possibility to go back in time by simply selecting a day to see all social updates and news headlines from that specific day.
Founder and CEO Arjan de Raaf commented: “With all the social updates and news we have to deal with these days, our goal was to bring this all together into one platform, save time but still stay up-to-date with what is happening in the world and especially with our friends.”
Totally.Me currently supports over 15 social networks (including Pinterest), thousands of news sources and hundreds of widgets. Totally.Me strongly feels that its platform will help us organize our social updates and news in a much easier and visualized manner.
The investment community agrees that Totally.Me will change our reading experience and how we stay up-to-date. Recently, Totally.Me raised seed capital to build this first version. Totally.Me is currently preparing to raise additional capital to bring the company to the next level of enhanced features and user experience.