Our vision is to 'Make Technology Useful' and we achieve it by building one product at a time that's culturally and contextually relevant to people in the region we operate.
Agrahyah is building a suite of Web, Mobile, and Voice products in English and Indian Vernacular languages.
We are a first principles company; and we practise the philosophy of building things ground up to get it right at fundamental level.
Our portfolio of products are built on three cornerstones- Inspiration from humanity, Value for user, Scale through technology.
Alexa Skills built by Agrahyah help you make the most of your Amazon Echo and Alexa voice assistant. We even made Alexa speak in Hindi to make nearly half of India feel comfortable talking to her.
Want to know auspicious time? get 'shubh muhurat' from India Panchang in Hindi. Try 'Running Coach' to hear tips formulated by Ironman triathlete; or if you are in mood for fun, try 'Hindi Jokes' to hear jokes in voices of popular RJ Ankita and Himanshu.
Running Coach - Eng
Running Coach is formulated by Ironman triathlete Akash Korgoankar to help you run better.
Get tips on diet, practice, running, avoiding injury and how to recover.
Actions on Google
Google Assistant adds the power of Voice to everything Google does- From Search to Maps, to getting things done with Google Home, Actions on Google is how developers and brands can make things happen through voice.
We are building a series of Actions on Google to excite Indian consumers and true to our vision of making technology useful for all
Hall of Shame
What if you could keep track of people, places, things and organization you care about? in your language.
Keen app was built to give you contextually relevant news in seven Indian languages. It had a grand launch at Web Summit 2017 held at Portugal.
Let say two people want to keep track of 'Maruthi Suzuki'. Person A is a Gujarati stock trader who wants market moving information, person B is an auto enthusiast in Chennai who's waiting for next model of Swift. With Keen, both would get 'news' about exactly what they signed up for, in their language.
Why is it hall of shame?
The Keen app by itself works just fine, but on the supply side there isn't enough content available in Indian languages; less than 1% of the entire Web is comprised of Indian vernacular languages; this makes Keen practically worthless to user.
So much for AI and ML. Duh!
And now, Keen acts as compass to guide us in the right direction. Don't just build tech, build solutions, even if it takes creating original content ground up.