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News ByteIFTTT, which helps people make rules for their Web services so they can customize things like how they get breaking sports news, is now available on the iPhone. The company’s native app helps users discover, make and track their “recipes,” and it adds new ways to control mobile photos, contacts and reminders. So, next time you take a photo with your front-facing iPhone camera, it can automatically get posted to a new Flickr “#selfie” album. Et cetera.
News ByteTempo Smart Calendar app for iPhone, has raised $10 million led by Relay Ventures and Sierra Ventures, on top of a previously undisclosed $2.5 million seed round. “Right now, externally it may seem that Tempo’s just a calendar, but we think the calendar is a proxy for an assistant,” said Tempo CEO Raj Singh.
News ByteYPlan has raised an awful lot of money based on some early traction in London. Invested in a $12 million Series A fund are General Catalyst Partners, Wellington Partners, Octopus Investments, A-Grade, SLOW Ventures Fund and Shakil Khan. The company’s app, which helps secure tickets to sold-out events, has been downloaded 200,000 times, which it estimates amounts to 10 percent of iPhones in London. It will launch in New York next.
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