Quick Tip: Use Your Kindle With Magazinify

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Here is a quick tip, for owners of Kindle, on how to get the daily digest from Magazinify directly on your kindle.

First go to manange you kindle page and add ‘@magazinify.com’ in your safe email sender list, then simply login to Magazinify dashboard, change your email address to kindle email address, and next digest will be send directly to your kindle.


Magazinify  Dashboard

Written by Amit Singh

January 2nd, 2011 at 5:39 am

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Webrupee Team Merges With AmiWorks

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I am happy to announce that Meher and Aman, the guys  behind webrupee.com has joined AmiWorks as part of our core team, and they will be responsible for all the experiments that we do here.

Since joining they were working on Magazinify, an experiment where they tried to make it easy to read bookmarked articles later in a digestified format, which is now live.

Written by Amit Singh

December 22nd, 2010 at 2:30 pm

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Magazinify: Your Personal Digest

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I want to introduce "Magazinify", the latest experiment at AmiWorks.

Magazinify is a bookmarking service that allows you add articles to a personalized daily digest, that is emailed to you everyday. You can  then go through the digest in your leisure.

We generally keep bookmarking articles to read later and forget them. So, now we can keep bookmarking the articles in the ‘to read’ list and  receive them in a digest that can be read like a magazine while travelling, waiting, or any other suitable time.

Cheers! Keep Magazinifying 🙂

Written by Aman Kumar Jain

December 22nd, 2010 at 2:03 pm

Introducing ‘amiCollaborate’- the collaboration tool for web developers

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During the life cycle of a web application lots of meta data is generated, by meta data i mean status updates, bug reports, task list, development credentials and many other small small stuff, which involves sending emails or going to another website to fill the details, and reports, now if you have multiple projects to work on then you have even more data to manage.

I am not sure about you guys, but I find it a big pain to write an status update email or open yet another tab to fetch a small piece of information stored there or search it in my inbox among 100’s of emails.

As we, web developers spend most of our time on web browsers, we thought why not create a browser add-on which will allow me to leave status update, report the bugs manage my task list etc.. while i am on that web page. We wanted to see the project related information in the context of the web page we are working on.

With this thought we quickly wrote a Firefox add-on as proof of concept, We felt encouraged by what we saw, so we are now working on a version which we will release for public consumption soon.

Here is a quick screencast to show you what we found exciting, I apologize for the poor audio quality.

Here is a screenshot of how it looks right now.

amicollaborate - collaboration tool for web developers

If you want to know when our collaboration tool is ready, keep an eye on amicollaborate.com.

Do you think it will be useful to you as well? let us know in comments below.

Written by Amit Singh

November 4th, 2010 at 10:15 am

AmiWorks Is Now In Alpha



Today we turned 1 year old officially, though I like to say that we had an Alpha release of AmiWorks, and to those of you who know what AOE – ROR is, we are now in tools age.

When we founded last year, we had no clear direction as to what we wanted to do, other then experiments. As we progressed, we learned lot’s of things, we build few things, some things are in pipeline and now we know where we want to go.

We started with two person team, and now we are five person team, and expanding.


Some more pictures are on our Facebook page.

And experiments continue…

Written by Amit Singh

October 22nd, 2010 at 8:00 am

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An Experiment By AmiWorks


If you have visited PHPCamp or Track Live Tweets then you might be wondering why we call them ‘An Experiment’.

If you would have asked this question to me a month back, it would had been very difficult for me to explain the logic behind it, but few days back I read a book by Dale Dauten  ‘The Max Strategy’ which explained the idea in just 3 words ‘Experiments Never Fail ’.

And before you get the wrong idea that I think simply calling our products ‘Experiments’ will ensure that they succeed, let me explain.

Experiments are meant to be way to prove a theory or hypothesis, and if it does not show the desired outcome it only means that something is wrong in our theory or logic, which means we can either change our experiment or the theory. 🙂

In either case, experiments help us understand what works and what does not. This allows us to provide simple solutions and services that work seamlessly.

This is the philosophy on which we founded AmiWorks.

Written by Amit Singh

March 4th, 2010 at 2:15 pm

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Hello world!

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Finally I manage to configure the blog for ourselves. We will be writing whenever we find something interesting or when we do something interesting.

This blog is going to talk about what we at AmiWorks think and do.

stay tuned.

Written by Amit Singh

January 5th, 2010 at 1:40 pm

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