GoButler has a straightforward premise — you should be able to send a text message and one of its “Heroes” will help you get whatever you need, whether you want to order dinner or make a flight reservation.
Today, the startup is announcing that it has moved out of beta testing and is available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Read More
Wouldn’t it be nice to send a text and have things just magically happen for you? GoButler thinks so, and is launching an SMS-based concierge service to help you get through your day, and can help you with just about anything. While the service may be most critical in those “uh oh” moments when you realize you’ve forgotten to do something like book a hotel room, GoButler is available any time. You can even use it to schedule things in advance, find out when a business closes or make a restaurant reservation. Once a text request is sent, GoButler’s puts…
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