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reqallable Launches For Sony Smartwatch - Act On Email And Text Messages Straight From The Watch

MOFFETT FIELD and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- reQall (www.reqall.com), the award-winning developer of proactive intelligent assistant technologies, today launches reqallable, the first context-aware app for the Sony Smartwatch that lets you act on what matters most in email and text messages, straight from your watch.

Available now for free at Google Play, reqallable intelligently analyzes incoming emails and texts and displays the most important details within those messages, reqallable then enables you to take instant action by responding directly straight from the watch. reqallable can also automatically determine and prioritize messages from important contacts. For example, if you're in a meeting, reqallable will alert you only to messages from those contacts while holding back all other messages until the meeting has finished. reqallable is able to do this since it interacts with your calendar and is also able to prompt you when it's time to leave for a meeting.

"We developed reqallable after listening to feedback from smartwatch users who liked the convenience of a wearable device but wanted it to do more. With reqallable, you're automatically presented important messages and the most critical details for immediate response, without having to reach for the phone," said Sunil Vemuri, co-founder and Chief Product Officer of reQall.

reqallable is the first app that the company has released for wearable devices, with new apps for other devices to be released over the coming months. "reqallable is the first app to bring proactive, context-aware functionality to the wearable device market," commented Rao Machiraju, co-founder and CEO of reQall. "reQall was founded on the back of research conducted at MIT that entailed wearing a device to understand human behavior. The goal was to automate certain tasks on behalf of the user - with reqallable, that's exactly what we've achieved." 

reqallable is available in beta for Sony Smartwatch and all Android phones. More information can be found at www.reqallable.com. The App can be downloaded at Google Play.

About reQall
reQall is the developer of context-aware, proactive and intelligent assistant technologies for network, application and service providers. reQall was founded on the back of research conducted at MIT into Human Memory Assistance and Organizational Memory. reQall is a venture-backed company based in NASA's Silicon Valley research park.

The reqallable smartwatch app. Never miss important messages and act on emails and texts, straight from your watch.

 

reqallable is available as a free beta for the Sony SmartWatch. reqallable supports the Smart Connect extension for SmartWatch.

Image with caption: "The reqallable smartwatch app. Never miss important messages and act on emails and texts, straight from your watch." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140131/SF56803-a

Image with caption: "reqallable is available as a free beta for the Sony SmartWatch. reqallable supports the Smart Connect extension for SmartWatch." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140131/SF56803-b

 

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