Princeton, NJ, June 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Amidst hundreds of messaging apps out there, Mike Robotics is taking the bold step of launching another called Mike Messenger. But it's different. "Mike uses a Natural Language Processor to decipher tasks and actions it needs to take based on message you send and receive, while taking utmost care in ensuring its users' privacy," states Pranay Jain, founder at Mike Robotics.
They use text messaging to plan, assign tasks, broadcast occasions, share reviews and views, request information and of course to chat. Today’s messaging apps are good at the latter but they can do so much more when it comes to increasing our efficiency and knowledge in a seamless way. Mike Messenger tries to bring this concept to life.
"Mike uses a Natural Language Processor and leverages its partnerships to enable you to change static conversations into actionable content at your fingertips. While you are chatting about an idea, Mike deciphers it in the background and assists its users to quickly set appointments, reservations, tasks and more with just one click. You do not need to switch apps, perform a separate Google search or open another calendar," adds Pranay.
The team at Mike has spent months to ensure that the app is non-intrusive and does not show any data until you request it. It just sitting there working for you so when you do need it, it's available and acts in a matter of seconds.
Think about it; if you get a text about a movie from a friend, Mike allows you to click on the movie see the ratings, trailer, show timings and even book tickets right from the app, within the same chat window. It does the same for restaurants and hotel bookings. Its other functionality includes:
· Adding invites, text/images to your calendar in one-click (through an image to text recognition tool).
· Creating tasks from messages
· Replying with a single message to multiple people
· Recognizing and automatically showing requested contact information rather than manually fetching it
Mike has incorporated many more simple features that you need on a daily basis to help you utilize your time better. At the same time, it ensures that all the features and data are localized on its server. It implements robust encryption measures so that no personal data of yours will be shared with it, without explicit consent from its users. Every feature provided by Mike requires the user to confirm the action with a click so that although it works hard to fetch the required data in the background, it can never take any step to send contacts or appointments without consent.
To make all this possible, Mike has availed permission and partnered with services like Yelp, Zomato, Google Search API, Book my Show(for India), Uber, Expedia, Google Maps and Wolfram Alpha. Mike intends to soon add image recognition, dropbox API, Wunderlist API and a lot more to increase their functionality, by the end of the year.
Mike messenger hopes to launch a Beta version to its kickstarter backers and a select few invitees in July, and to go live on an invitation basis by the end of August 2015. Their ongoing kickstarter campaign is available at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mikemessenger/mike-messenger and has been set up to raise adequate amount of funding for the completion of the project and to help raise awareness about the idea. Mike will be launch simultaneously for the US and Indian markets and will be available on Android and iOS devices.
"We hope you like the concept and will help popularize it," says Ravina Mutha, co-founder at Mike Robotics.