Everything.me is a clever app that lets users search for specific content across both native and mobile apps. The app, available in beta, is a replacement app launcher and home screen for Android devices. It simply makes apps appear that are relevant to your request. From there you can download the relevant content or apps. It’s launching its app in the UK and Spain tomorrow.
The company also announced that the platform has reached 350,000 downloads in just over a month of availability on the Google Play store. Not astounding, but clearly showing traction.
Last year, Everything.me pulled in $25 million in a round led by Telefonica Digital, with participation from Mozilla, Singtel and existing investors, which include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, BRM Group and Horizon Ventures. The company has now raised $37 million to date. Telefonica and Mozilla will implement Everything.me into their mobile services.
The app’s integration with Firefox mobile platform, might well give it an edge over Android, iOS, Windows Phone and others. Everything.me currently has no revenue model, but it could be used to offer better placement to advertisers for instance.