Signals is a messaging app where users can communicate easily through expressive visual messages with added context.

Designed natively for the Apple Watch, the app centers around exchanging targeted messages in card format with custom interactions directly via the notification layer.

We enhance the composition of messages to make it fun and easy to include contextually relevant information like location and directions, interactive polling, and weather - based on prediction and smart suggestion.

Senders can also easily target delivery based on time and/or location, to communicate or share ideas in a more hyper-relevant way.

Throughout, Signals learns and adapts to users’ individual preferences and habits, helping them communicate better both on a personal and broader, interest-based scale....
Signals is a messaging app where users can communicate easily through expressive visual messages with added context.

Designed natively for the Apple Watch, the app centers around exchanging targeted messages in card format with custom interactions directly via the notification layer.

We enhance the composition of messages to make it fun and easy to include contextually relevant information like location and directions, interactive polling, and weather - based on prediction and smart suggestion.

Senders can also easily target delivery based on time and/or location, to communicate or share ideas in a more hyper-relevant way.

Throughout, Signals learns and adapts to users’ individual preferences and habits, helping them communicate better both on a personal and broader, interest-based scale.
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Jamyn Edis CEO at Dash - Data Driven

Creating the next successful messaging app is challenging, but this group is especially qualified to do it. They’re extremely technical, focused on a deep understanding of the wearable space, and have a track record of previous B2C successes. They’ve got a clear vision for the product but, more importantly, they have the right team to pivot and change quickly as feedback requires. I’m excited for what they’ll create and give back to the Techstars community. Also, Alex is a former student of mine from NYU.