What the Tech? App of the day: Uptime
Who doesn't want to become a little smarter? If raising your IQ isn't enough, just being able to start a conversation with someone should be a good reason. But who has time to read or watch a 2-hour documentary or take an online course? The app "Uptime" is a solution.
‘Knowledge hacking’ app Uptime raises $16M
Uptime, the self-described “knowledge hacking” app, has raised $16 million in seed funding, after officially launching on iOS in January. Positioned as a “micro-learning” platform, Uptime presents five-minute “knowledge hacks” from books, courses and documentaries.
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Wish you could read more books in less time, and fast-forward to the facts when watching documentaries? Uptime: 5-min Knowledge Hacks could help.
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Founded in 2018, Uptime is a free app featuring 5-minute ‘Knowledge Hacks’ from the world’s best books, courses and documentaries. All the hacks available on the app can be found in different formats like text, audio and its unique visual story format, saving users time and effort, and being easily shareable. The startup landed around €13.4 million.
UPTIME – 5-MINUTE KNOWLEDGE HACKS
Free your mind, says knowledge-boosting app Uptime. How, you ask? By taking a few shortcuts to help you absorb a wide breadth of information from all kinds of sources you may not have time for otherwise.
KNOWLEDGE HACKING APP RAISES $16M TO TRANSFORM DIGITAL LEARNING
Uptime, the free app that presents expertly curated five-minute Knowledge Hacks of the world’s best books, courses, and documentaries, has raised a $16m Seed round to bring its platform to more users globally.
London-based ‘knowledge hacking’ app Uptime raises $16 million seed round
London-based Uptime, creators of a free app that presents five-minute summaries of books, courses, and documentaries, has raised a $16 million seed round to bring its platform to more users globally.
London-based knowledge hacking App Uptime raises US $16M seed funding
A London-based self-proclaimed “knowledge hacking” app of the EdTech industry, Uptime, secured US $16 million in a seed investment announced on the 10th of February, 2021.