Last Updated on February 9, 2016 by Tim
Tagmmer, a NYC/Paris-based startup, announced the launch of its new content management platform that merges Dropbox with Pinterest. After a six-month period during which the web version was tested with thousands of beta users in North America, France, Brazil, and in India, Tagmmer is now freely available worldwide for any individual and professional.
Tagmmer unveils a solution that might revolutionize how we manage our everyday content by allowing us to store, share and even to promote any file and any weblink in one visual place. Think of Tagmmer as a personal, social library in the cloud for any content: web articles, blogs, eBooks, PDF, PPT, Word, Photoshop, HD videos, Youtube videos, music, pictures, etc.
With content of any type and of any format exploding globally, millions of people are now turning to new content management solutions to better organize what they read, watch, listen to, learn, teach, or produce. However, they face the same problem. Their content is still scattered everywhere: files in cloud services, weblinks in bookmarking services.
Thanks to its beautiful user experience, Tagmmer is a relevant solution for storing and sharing any of your educational, professional or personal content.
What Tagmmer offers to all of its users:
- 30 GB of FREE storage + unlimited for weblinks.
- 4 very visual ways to display files and weblinks.
- 1 single reader to read/watch/listen to any content.
- 5 ways to share open or private content (by secured weblink, on Facebook, on Twitter, on LinkedIn, on Google+).
- 10 major social features (subscription to other libraries, ‘‘Tag it’’, statistics, etc.).
- 36 categories to discover new content.