Because digi.me is never standing still and always evolving, welcome to the Colour Edition of our iOS app - featuring more colour, quicker navigation and iOS 10 support. Search has been given a makeover, so pretty, colourful, bouncy buttons await you. While we were there we tweaked the date selector to make it a little … Continue reading Colour me dataful – check out the new version of the digi.me iOS app
Whether you're starting out, growing or scaling up with your tech app, it can be a tough world out there. We've been lucky enough to work closely with Digital Catapult, digital economy specialists who help SMEs grow and scale faster and smarter. Scroll through below to view the case study we have just done with … Continue reading Digital Catapult and digi.me: a success story!
My second son had his third birthday recently - and flicking back through old pictures and posts on my digi.me I was struck by how much has already fallen out of my own, non-digital memory. I'm not an obsessive photo-taker by any means, for social media or otherwise, but as I scrolled back on my … Continue reading My son has just turned 3 – and I’ve already forgotten so much about him
We've just released a new version of our desktop app - and it's a big one. Now, for the first time, you can decide where your digi.me library will live. Yes, in what we know will be a popular move, you can now move it to Dropbox if you want to access it from more … Continue reading New! Choose the location of your digi.me library!
We're very proud of our digi.me iOS and Android apps, which are available to download here, and thought you'd like to have a look at all the cool features we're added so you can make the most of your data on the go. Everything we do, we do it for you (as Bryan Adams almost … Continue reading digi.me iOS app demo (trust us, you’ll love it!)
Digi.me, the pioneering start-up revolutionising how consumers and businesses harness the power of personal data, has secured £4.2m ($6.1m) from Series A funding led by global re-insurer Swiss Re. With the new funds digi.me will accelerate the development and launch of its unique permissioned access platform, which will soon let users bring together wide-ranging data … Continue reading digi.me raises £4.2M ($6.1m) in Series A funding round
There's been a lot of buzz around 'user centricity' lately, as a technology megatrend that will unite all others before it. It stems from an excellent post by Andy Weissman of USV, where he expands on the theme of people being the CEO of their own health, with doctors as their consultants. As he says, … Continue reading digi.me and the Internet of Me is all about user centricity