Cubeit is a mobile first content aggregation platform which lets you stay on top of your digital life. They think of a cube as a place where one can add any digital content, and be assured that one can access it anywhere, anytime, with a few taps. Cubeit lets you save, organize, and share content from different apps in one place. So if you’re collecting cool content about startups, a video about Musk goes in the same place as a tweet from Paul Graham, along with your thoughts in a note. Cubeit’s interface intelligently learns what you would like to do with your data and shows you only what you need. Save a location from Maps and you get handy buttons to navigate and call an Uber. Our search spans multiple apps, and gives results based on context, so you find exactly what you want when you want it. Cubeit also makes it easier to talk to friends about what you love – they support all types of content – because people matter, not apps.
The founders of Cubeit came together at IIT Gandhinagar, with a vision to revolutionize the way devices and content interact with each other. They are backed by early investors IIT Gandhinagar, Asha Jadeja Motwani (a Silicon Valley investor) and also by India’s top Venture Capital funds, Accel Partners and Helion Venture Partners.
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