Droidcon India 2013

What's your thinking on Android this year?

Haptik, an app that makes conversing with companies not suck

Submitted by Raveesh Bhalla (@raveesh) on Thursday, 24 October 2013

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Technical level

Beginner

Section

App Demos

Status

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Objective

Haptik was born out of a personal need when we realized we were using text communication more than any other application on our phones, but still had to use voice for brands and services we use. We also realized that it’s generally a pain to find any information related to such companies, and would like to be more in the loop on their products. We asked a few friends and advisers, and they agreed. We asked some more, and they agreed too.

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Haptik was born out of a personal need when we realized we were using text communication more than any other application on our phones, but still had to use voice for brands and services we use. We also realized that it’s generally a pain to find any information related to such companies, and would like to be more in the loop on their products. We asked a few friends and advisers, and they agreed. We asked some more, and they agreed too.
Our app has gone into beta (signup at http://haptik.co) this week.

Speaker bio

I'm the Lead Engineer and Interaction Designer at Haptik, and the developer behind the Android app. I am also a Lead Organizer with Google Developer Group New Delhi and an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at TLabs, Times Internet Limited's startup accelerator.

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