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24me, the Destination for Daily Life Management

Introducing 24me from 24me on Vimeo. What if you could manage your daily life through a single app? 24me, which launched late last week, helps users wrangle errands, bill pay, social engagements, and pretty much anything else in one centralized place. Through an integration with TaskRabbit, 24me users can simply tap a button on their To-Do lists to automatically post a Task. Pretty cool, huh? We caught up with CEO and co-founder Gilad Hertanu to find out more. Like TaskRabbit, you’re on a mission to help make people more productive. Can you tell our community more about that mission? “24me’s mission is to become the destination to manage daily life. Our goal is to help people with their daily To-Dos by automating many of the things we all deal with… When you wake up and open 24me, our goal is that many of your To-Dos will automatically be displayed without your intervention. You will then be able to take care of those things from within 24me with a click of a button.” What challenges do …

TaskRabbit’s API is now available and we’re proud to be working with 3 great partners!

As you may have heard, the product team and I have been busy preparing our API for its public release. Well, today, I am excited to announce that the TaskRabbit API is now available! Third-party applications now have the ability to integrate with TaskRabbit’s API, allowing their users to seamlessly outsource their to-do workflow via TaskRabbit. There are two ways to implement TaskRabbit’s API within an application. The first is via direct integration, where a third-party application or Web service can engage with TaskRabbit on behalf of a company. Here’s an example: YouEye, an online user testing platform for rapid feedback on any website, is leveraging TaskRabbit’s API to seamlessly staff user testing jobs on behalf of their customers. The diversity of the TaskRabbit’s community offers YouEye customers affordable insights into how people with varied backgrounds engage and experience websites in the real world. The second is a per user integration. Imagine a world where you can log on to your favorite productivity or to-do list app, and with a click of a button, you could instantly …