Any.DO raises $1m, launches Android app

Any.DO CEO Omer Perchik told "VentureBeat": We have a killer team were tackling a huge market and we came with proof.

Any.DO Ltd. has raised $1 million is seed funding and launched an Android application that offers shareable, voice-operated to-do lists.

Any.DO, founded in 2010, has ten employees at its Israeli headquarters and Palo Alto office. Its first Android applications, Taskos, is a simple to-do list application designed to test mobile users wanted. An iPhone application is reportedly on the way

Any.DO CEO Omer Perchik told "VentureBeat", We have a killer team were tackling a huge market and we came with proof. The combination of the three got us [the] funding."

Any.DO's investors include Eric Schmidts Innovation Endeavors , Genesis Partners, Blumberg Capital, Palantir Technologies Inc. co-founder Joe Lonsdale, and Felicis Ventures managing director Aydin Senkut.

Innovation Endeavors managing partner Dror Berman said, We invested in Any.do because of the strong team and their vision to take the productivity space beyond the task list. Any.DOs core technology understands peoples intent, and leverages the mobile phone to not just make a list, but to actually get things done anytime, anywhere."

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on November 14, 2011

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