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Startup Name Glancify
What problem are you solving? The world is starting to learn how to best use wearable tech, and this is a groundbreaking innovation.
What is your solution? Glancify is a web scraping tool that feeds your Apple Watch with regularly updated facts and figures to make them available to you at a glance.Apple Watch is fantastic for keeping you up to date with key pieces of information, and alerting you when things change.

With Glancify you can now display ANY open and available fact or statistic from the Internet right on your Apple Watch.

Using the Glancify scraping tool on your iPhone, you can pull text from the Internet and turn it into a Glance or Complication on your Apple Watch. Simply tap on the text you want to capture, and Glancify does the rest.

Stay updated with latest headlines, prices, temperatures, results and scores. Glancify updates the data periodically in the background, or you can refresh on demand with a single tap.

You can also receive notifications via your Apple Watch when the content changes, keeping you up to date with the information you need in the the most convenient and unobtrusive way, all day long.

Target Market Consumers
How will you make money? $2.99
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Mark Drayton is a seasoned software engineer who has now started developing his own apps using Swift.
Founders Names Mark Drayton
Founders Email NA
What type of funding has the company received? NA
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Twitter Handle glancify
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