Schedule meet-ups of any kind automagically.


Tony Pham
@tonypham · Mentor, 500 Startups
[Disclosure: I work with Kono as a mentor at 500 Startups] I've had numerous experiences where I almost want to cancel a meeting because of all the back-and-forth involved with scheduling; I find Kono helpful for alleviating the headache.
Kevin William David
@kwdinc · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Just tell Kono what you want to do and who you want to invite. Using metrics like user location, traffic, and guest availability, it tells you what the best time and location are for your event. Kono tells you the exact time you should leave based on your previous behavioral patterns and traffic conditions.
Guy Gunaratne
@guygunaratne · Co-Founder, Product & Design @Storygami
The Kono team got the Genius Award at 500 Startups B13 (fellow batch member here). Worth getting - the experience of Kono is wonderful and offers a well designed flow that gets to know you as you continue to use it.
Vegard Wikeby
@vegardwikeby · CEO @ WiMake Solutions
Its not available for the Norwegian market on Android play store, is this intentional?
Arlo Gilbert
@arlogilbert · Founder & Angel
I like the general idea and space of AI as a way to fix calendaring but in practice I'm just not willing yet to put a big important meeting in the hands of AI yet. This product seems like it was planned before iOS9 began doing the same kind of alerts about when to leave, so that feature isn't really unique anymore. Excited to see the space grow and become mo… See more