Chronos is the best way to understand how you’re spending your life.
Ever get to the end of the week, feel exhausted, and wonder where all of your time went? We do. We also all have goals around how we’d like to spend our time – less time commuting and more time with friends.
We chronicle our finances, our weight, and lots of other things, but time is our most valuable resource. Chronos allows seamless time transparency, showing you where you spend your time and whom you spend it with, entirely passively – just bring your phone with you and it figures out the rest.
What’s Your Biggest Triumph as a Team to Date?
Our biggest triumph so far has been launching our iPhone app — it’s the result of a lot of hard work, late nights, and lost sleep, but we’re really proud to have it out there and excited to see how people are using it.
How was FounderSoup Able to Help?
FounderSoup was a great way for us to get early feedback on our product, and also meet a lot of really cool people doing startups that have gone on to do some really cool things. The response we got at FounderSoup was really helpful for us in knowing what resonated with people, and helped shape our pitch.
What’s Next for Chronos?
We just launched at TechCrunch Disrupt, so we are scaling as we add a lot more users, and continue to solicit feedback to provide the best user experience that we can. We’re also looking to expand our team with iOS developers, backend Rails engineers, and a frontend designer. We’re currently incubated in Palo Alto at Dogpatch Labs, but will be looking to move to San Francisco at the beginning of the year.
Chronos enables users to passively track how they spend their time and provides social motivation to encourage more meaningful real-world decision making.
Chronos’ FounderSoup Pitch (January 2012)