Goalify goes public
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Goalify goes public

Today is a big day for all of us here at Goalify. After designing, developing and testing Goalify we have finally gone public. We have had an interesting BETA-testing phase and were overwhelmed by the great feedback - both positive and encouraging comments and issues that we needed to address. To all of our supporters and BETA testers – we owe you a big Thank you, we couldn’t have done it without you.

It was an exciting time for us. From a developer’s point of view, we had the opportunity to improve and strengthen our core features. From a product manager’s point of view we had the opportunity to hear about exciting changes and improvements in people’s lifes after coming in touch and utilizing Goalify. And this is what its all about. We never wanted to create “just another” app – we want to support people, we want to improve their success rate in whatever they are setting out to do. We want to make a difference. This is what excites us, motivates and pushes us to go one step further.

Now as we go public we are eager to see, how Goalify will perform and touch peoples lives on a much broader scale. We are eager to hear your stories, your experiences, your ideas and how we can improve. Connect with us through your favorite medium and we will be happy to listen to you.

Also keep coming back to our blog, where we will post interesting articles about goal setting, how to work at and go about your personal goals and how Goalify can help you to improve.

Michael & Team
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