SwipeToMeet is the simplest way to find a suitable time for a group of people. Instead of wasting days scheduling, a suitable time can be found within minutes.
Helsinki, Finland (PRWEB) July 01, 2015
How great would it be if matching people’s calendars to schedule a meeting was no longer a hassle? The new SwipeToMeet mobile app revealed on the Apple App Store and Google Play makes carving out time for everyone as fast as finding a match on Tinder.
Whether it’s about business or just trying to arrange a dinner with friends, SwipeToMeet is the simplest way to find a suitable time for a group of people. Instead of wasting days scheduling, a suitable time can be found within minutes.
SwipeToMeet is smart: It minimizes the effort for both organizers and participants by eliminating the need to match calendars manually. Organizers can set the requirements for the meeting (such as lunch but not on Tuesdays or meeting in the afternoon but earliest two weeks from now) and the service magically matches people's availability, in real-time.
Organizer's don't have to worry about what devices participants have. Invitations are delivered via SMS or push notifications and availability is provided simply by swiping via a mobile browser or the app. It's simple, fast, and fun to use.
“Scheduling group meetings on the mobile has been time consuming and requires switching between applications like email, phone, calendar and instant messenger. In designing SwipeToMeet we wanted to make it as simple as Tinder [world’s most popular dating application] and as useful as Doodle [world’s most popular scheduling application]. The end result is the world's simplest mobile scheduling experience.” – CEO Teemu Arina
In addition to the mobile-first approach, SwipeToMeet team describes attention to usability, simplicity based on automation, and server-side algorithms as their distinctive strengths.
“The real magic of SwipeToMeet is conducted by the smart algorithms in the background. Like a real human assistant, it does all the work and provides only relevant suggestions to participants.” – CTO Antti Vähäkotamäki