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Evernote Rival Snaptic Switches To A Catchier Name

November 29th, 2001 11:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Snaptic, which lets you capture, save and share notes, ideas, imagery, places and whatnot, has changed its company and service name to the far catchier Catch.com. Coinciding with the name switch, the company has released new mobile apps (called “Catch Notes” for Android and iOS devices.

The new Catch apps join the newly released Catch.com website, which uses mobile geolocation to help sort and find information based on locations sent from a mobile device.

The startup, which is backed by $2.3 million in venture capital and rivals Evernote and others in the note-capturing space, says there are currently 5 million active Catch users.

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