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AirSet, Inc.
Privately held company
Industry Group collaboration
Founded 2003
Defunct July 27, 2014
Headquarters Walnut Creek, California, United States

AirSet was a privately held web services company based in Walnut Creek, California, United States, that allowed the customer to manage multiple groups in one place, to see the roll up of all group calendars, share files across groups, and communicate people. The service was browser based with clients for iPhone, Android, and other mobile devices. The service was shuttered on July 27, 2014.


AirSet was launched as a calendar service in 2003 and began by offering a mobile PIM solution.[1] The mobile application also comes with the AirSet web service.[2] The product was expanded to cover other platforms and uses.[3]

The service became a suite of online tools for group management and collaboration. The service provided a spam free private messaging system that is also supported on the companies mobile clients so group members can communicate without wading through email spam. A shared group calendar, file storage, task management, and online document editing through an integration with Zoho Writer and Sheet round out the suite. An online website design and hosting application allowed groups to publish a website, their calendar, or other documents to the web.


AirSet was a Freemium service designed to let an individual manage all their important groups. Each group had its own private space, but members could see the roll up of all of their groups' data. For example, in the All Groups view members could see a color-coded overlay of their personal and group calendars.

User could create as many online groups as they need for free. The service was not advertising supported and user information is kept private and stored encrypted. The company did not scan user data or otherwise profile users for advertisers. The service was funded by users upgrading to premium services, for example the ability to sync group data to your mobile phone requires a premium subscription.

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  1. ^ "Techcrunch". Techcrunch. Retrieved 2005-01-06. 
  2. ^ "All Things Digital". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2005-08-31. 
  3. ^ "AirSet Cloud Computers". Lifehacker. Archived from the original on 21 December 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 

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