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EverythingMe Releases the First Global Contextual Launcher for Android

EverythingMe (www.everything.me) has achieved yet another mobile industry milestone by being the first company to release a contextual phone product to a global audience.

The global release comes on the heels of unprecedented user demand following the company’s previous release of its Android Launcher in February of 2014, which was limited to four countries: US, UK, Germany and Spain.

“With millions of downloads to date, EverythingMe is not only the most popular contextual launcher, it is now the first one to be available worldwide,” said Rami Kasterstein, Co-Founder & CEO.

The new global version features EverythingMe’s prediction bar which anticipates users’ needs and hands them the apps they need when they need them. Also prominent is the best Android in-phone search available in the market, requiring no more than a single letter or two to find Apps, Contacts, Music and more.

Finally, enhanced in this version are the popular functionalities of Smart Folders, which automatically sort users’ devices into subject-oriented folders, as well as user favorite, Cards, which bring content and information to users without having to tap into apps.

As of today, EverythingMe can be downloaded directly from every local Google Play™ store: http://bit.ly/1nBu8xO

About EverythingMe:

Founded in 2010, EverythingMe is pioneering the contextual mobile industry. The company is backed by world-leading strategic and financial investors including BRM Group, Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), Horizons Ventures, Telefónica Digital, Singtel Innov8, DFJTF and Mozilla.

Learn more at: http://www.everything.me

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