Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
RokketLaunch today launched an update of their popular free inbox organization and shopping app, PeeqPeeq, that cleans shopping messages out of the inbox, and transforms them into a beautiful, personalized catalog. The new version of PeeqPeeq has been updated to include support for Outlook, Hotmail and Live email addresses. Support for those Microsoft email domains was PeeqPeeq’s most requested feature after its initial launch. PeeqPeeq has also been updated for iOS7 and has added support for Badges so that consumers keep on top of the latest deals. The new version of PeeqPeeq is available on the web at http://www.peeqpeeq.com and in the Apple App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/peeqpeeq/id681974558?mt=8.
“We are really excited to make PeeqPeeq available for Hotmail and Outlook.com users," said Lee Ott, CEO & Co-Founder at RokketLaunch. "Our customers really love PeeqPeeq, and have been really vocal about having it work for more email domains."
With PeeqPeeq people get an instantly cleaner inbox, and can then browse through and shop all of the great deals and updates from their favorite brands whenever they want to. PeeqPeeq shows which deals are ending soon, and lets people browse content from some of the most popular brands in addition to the ones they have subscribed to.
PeeqPeeq is the first product of RokketLaunch Inc., which develops mobile apps to transform email into something useful, interesting and fun. PeeqPeeq solves a ubiquitous problem of shopping email overload by cleaning it out of the inbox and turning into an engaging and beautiful personalized catalog. PeeqPeeq is a free app in the Apple App Store, and available on the web at http://www.peeqpeeq.com.
RokketLaunch was co-founded by Lee Ott, former head of product for webOS at HP / Palm, and Anirban Kundu, former head of US engineering for Shazam. The RokketLaunch team includes a number of seasoned tech stars from Palm, Shazam, Yahoo!, AOL and One Kings Lane. Based in Palo Alto, Calif., RokketLaunch is backed by Jerry Yang's AME Cloud Ventures, Ash Patel at Morado Ventures, Jon Rubinstein of iPod and Palm fame, Farzad Nazem (ex-Yahoo! CTO), and a number of other angel investors.