The Indian startup that made its name by turning your smartphone into a tiny mobile app has launched its first product.
The company has launched Magnetic Whiteboard, an app that’s supposed to help you keep track of your activities and personal information from your smartphone.
Magnetic Whiteboard is one of the first apps available for iOS and Android.
The app will help you manage your schedule, see the progress of your fitness activities and manage your account with the company, which has raised $200 million in a Series A round.
Magnetic Whiteboards CEO Vishal Saini said that the app will allow you to see your most recent data, such as calories burned and steps taken.
Magnetic is also targeting a market that has been lacking in mobile apps: millennials.
Saini told VentureBeat that the startup has seen more millennials leaving their parents’ homes and moving out of their parents homes for jobs and careers, and also is seeing more millennials moving in with their parents.
“It’s a trend we’re trying to follow,” he said.
Samantha Thapar/Business Insider Saines startup will use data from your activity and other apps to help users better understand their fitness goals and how much energy they need to keep them in good shape.
Sainies product will use a smartwatch-like sensor to detect your steps and your heart rate and help you see how your energy levels and your activity are changing over time.
The goal is to help people manage their fitness by getting a better understanding of what they’re doing.
Sains app will also help users track their daily energy expenditure, which can help them see if they’re getting enough calories from their diet and exercise.
“You can also set goals to stay fit, eat healthier, and be healthy,” Sainis app said.
The app also provides information on how your body is changing over the course of the day, including your resting heart rate, blood sugar levels and muscle tone.
The data will be shared with the Sains team through a shared API.
Sinnaman Thapkar/Business Insights/Tillerson Associates/Digital Trends/Getty ImagesThe company has been working on the product since its launch last year.
It has over 20,000 active users and will begin rolling out in beta later this year.
Sains says it will provide a variety of ways to manage your information, including an online dashboard, the ability to export and export your data to other apps, as well as a feature to automatically log your activity in a cloud service.
“We’ve taken our data from various sources, including Fitbit, Jawbone, and Google Fit and we’ve made it our own,” Sains told Venture Beat.
“We’re really proud of the work we’ve done and the amount of data we’ve collected.
It’s the perfect product for the modern age.”