|Industry||Internet, computer software|
|Founded||March 14, 2005, Seattle, Washington|
|Products||Productivity apps, Cozi Family Organizer|
Cozi is a website and mobile app intended to help families stay organized. Its features include allowing multiple family members to manage schedules with one account, as well as organize and update shopping and to-do lists.
The website was founded by Robbie Cape and Jan Miksovsky after the two of them left Microsoft. The company's first product, Cozi Central, was released on September 25, 2006, and included a family calendar, shopping lists, family messaging and a photo collage screensaver. The company is based in Seattle, Washington.
Cozi has both a freemium version, and a paid version called Cozi Gold. Cozi Gold's additional features include Cozi Contacts, a birthday tracker, more reminders, mobile month view, and change notifications. The software can be used on a desktop or mobile applications for iOS and Android.
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