New York, NY (PRWEB) March 23, 2016
Paige Networks (http://www.getpaige.com) announces the official launch of its smart to-do list mobile app, which originally debuted as an invitation-only private beta late last year. The app is free and now available to download on all iPhone devices and mobile web users. Paige has created a stir among critics and has been dubbed the ‘missing link’ for digitally connected millennial parent who rely on social and new technology to help manage communications, task sharing and purchasing decisions.
Unlike other task management and organizational tools available to parents, Paige’s user interface makes an elegant transition from task management to commerce. "As every mom knows, each day has only so many hours—and they fly by because kids keep us busy," observes Andra Davidson, advisor and former co-founder of ParentsClick Network. "By offering a better solution to manage a daily schedule, combining to-dos and family communications together with simplifying the chores of routine shopping, Paige gives parents more time and less stress!"
Within Paige, users can create tasks and assign “to-do’s” to anyone in their existing contact list. In the background, the app’s deep-learning and proprietary AI algorithm provides ‘smart product’ recommendations, presenting users with highly-targeted suggestions on the most relevant products to accomplish these tasks. For parents, this means they can now skip a trip to the store and share daily responsibilities more easily.
Paige CEO Michael Moynahan is excited what this offering means for millennial moms and dads, and their families. “Being the youngest of nine children, I’ve witnessed first hand the overwhelming responsibilities parents are burdened with on a daily basis. Our goal for Paige is to streamline communication, simplify task management and provide relevant products and services to accomplish these tasks. What’s most important to us is the end result of what Paige ultimately provides: peace of mind, and more free time to focus on what’ s important in life.”
Paige is currently focused on growing its user base and optimizing the experience for the app’s primary audience—millennial parents. “At this stage,” said Moynahan. “We’re focused on the near term, which is listening to and engaging with the parents using our service, and determining the specific areas where we can improve based these conversations.”