"We realize that keeping all the information about the things or people in our lives is virtually impossible, so we focused on providing simplicity" says Kristen Hulaj, Director
OTTAWA, Ontario (PRWEB) November 24, 2020
Itemtopia Inc., a life, knowledge, and personal asset management software company with a free app for iOS and Android, announces a way to get your life and home organized without the need to get your hands dirty. The latest update includes a new walkthrough and getting started capability. Itemtopia is available in 11 languages and already has users in 65 countries.
To begin, Itemtopia asks questions regarding a person's home, car, and services. The 'My Life' home then displays three tabs for; (i) Items, (ii) Services, (iii) and Family and Pets.
For every 'thing' added within Itemtopia, a category is selected, and a place for Notes, Receipts, Warranties, Reminders, and Documents appears. Itemtopia becomes more than a filing system because as vehicles are added, the system continues to look for recalls every day and sends a notification alert when it finds one. It also reminds users 30 days in advance of any product warranty expiring to ensure that everything is working fine or to take advantage of a repair without having to pay for it.
Unlike banking apps, which track expenses, Itemtopia allows purchases or expenses to link to an item, person, pet, or service - all categorized by their type of expense - enabling a view of the individual lifetime cost of these specific items. Receipts can be tagged as tax-deductible or reimbursable along with reports for total assets, present valuation, or a listing of what is owned, which is useful for insurance claims.
"We realize that keeping all the information about the things or people in our lives is virtually impossible, so we focused on providing simplicity by creating a single blue + icon which knows exactly where you are and what you want to do within Itemtopia. Items, notes, reminders are all added this way, and our users tell us we are one of the few apps on their home screen," says Kristen Hulaj, Itemtopia's UI Designer and Director.
Itemtopia creates a complete history of item experiences and knowledge, and everything added is searchable from any screen.
"Unlike most apps, there is no advertising within Itemtopia. It's just you and your life in an ever-expanding app with lots of great features planned as we extend our services," says Kristen.
Itemtopia works both in and out of wireless coverage, allowing access to information from anywhere. Simultaneous multi-device support is included, and it uses encrypted synchronization to update all other devices or family members, so the most recent information about everything is in everyone's hand. It even backs up data via encrypted transfer, just in case a phone is lost.
Itemtopia's founder, Steve Hulaj, grew his first item/asset tracking software company, Nextair Inc., from a basement office into a global customer base of large enterprises in over 45 countries before selling it to Blackberry in 2005. With over 30 years of experience tracking items, Steve says, "Keeping a history of all my things and being a bit OCD about how to keep this simple and powerful was the idea behind Itemtopia. Creating an app for people rather than a large enterprise is also incredibly enjoyable because my wife and family see the benefits and beauty of what we regularly enhance as they use it almost every day. Of course, that means I now hear direct user feedback at the dinner table rather than in a conference room, which is also entertaining."
Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Itemtopia Inc. was founded by a team who have built and deployed Item Tracking applications for some of the world's largest corporations, including Canon, Toshiba, Fujitsu and Vodafone. Itemtopia focuses on tracking all content related to the things in a consumer's life to help people become better organized. The app 'Itemtopia' is available in 11 languages, with users in over 65 countries. Visit Itemtopia on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/itemtopia/