Hojoki connects your apps in the cloud into one mega-platform

 

Hojoki, a platform that launched on the first day of LeWeb 2011 (check out a video here) after one year of development and six months of private alpha testing, wants to bring all your cloud apps into one place.

Free for the moment, with freemium features on the way, it ties together your apps like Beanstalk, Delicious, Dropbox, GitHub, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Highrise, Pivotal Tracker, Ta-Da List, Twitter, and has more coming soon like Evernote and Zendesk. Everything updates in real time, and you can search and follow specific hashtags on Twitter.

They recently raised $620,000 with investors Kizoo and FishEye Analytics calculated that their launch was the most retweeted tweet of the day at LeWeb '11. With more than 1,000 new users acquired in the first two days, we're looking forward to how they will continue to develop.

For those of us that are always switching from one tab to another, this may jusy save you some time and browser space. 

Martin Böhringer, Co-Founder & CEO of Hojoki, sent us a few screenshots of what your Hojoki stream (designed as a timeline) could look like:

You can get your own Hojoki here and find Martin on Twitter to let him know what you think.

 

 

 

Posted by Michelle Chmielewski

 

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