14 Oct 2008 - Münster (by Dominik)

press roundup and some bugs

During the last days our project got a lot of attention around the globe. We got reams of emails including lots of feature requests, bug reports and dozens of motivating comments (we used some of them as user comments on our main site). Here is just a short excerpt of sites featuring fruux:

We even found a podcast, mentioning fruux (@ 21:20), besides that many people tweeted about fruux and we even heard unrelated people talking about fruux in the streets! Of course we especially liked the content that was produced by our own users, like:

is abandoing Plaxo for Fruux. Plaxo is so yesterday!

Thank you! We are still working hard on our next bugfix release and hope to implement many of your feature requests very soon. If you like our work and want to support the project, please file your bugs (if we don't know about them, we can't fix them)! Are there any fruux screencasts out there?

About Dominik

Dominik started fruux back in 2007. He's a lawyer that writes code and has Amazon subscriptions for stuff that normal people buy in the supermarket. Follow him on Twitter or contact him via e-mail.

fruux is a free service that looks after your contacts, calendars and tasks so you don't have to. It makes sure that they are always in sync, no matter which device or operating system you're using. If you've not tried it yet, then why not check us out and let us know what you think! And if you're already using fruux, then we'd love to hear your thoughts and comments. You can also suggest a feature for any upcoming releases or tweet us: @fruux.