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Say Goodbye to Email Interruptions and Distractions with AwayFind for Apple iPhone


AwayFind for the iPhone offers mobile workers a way to escape from the interruption of email, while still being notified of urgent messages.

San Francisco, CA – (December 8, 2010) –Attention management for email overload just got easier for Apple iPhone users with AwayFind and the debut of their new iPhone application, as well as tiered-pricing based subscription plans.

AwayFind is a service that monitors your inbox for urgent emails, alerting you when they arrive. With AwayFind for iPhone, users receive alerts as push notifications, and can browse a separate inbox that displays only their urgent messages.

“People have said that email is a broken model. AwayFind fixes it. With our new iPhone application, you’re not only alerted of urgent emails but can read them there right away, without entering the distracting rabbit hole that is waiting for you inside your inbox,” says Jared Goralnick, AwayFind’s Founder and CEO during an interview by Loic LeMeur today at Le Web.

AwayFind’s subscription plans include options that notify a user more quickly of urgent messages, and deliver these notifications over voice and SMS globally.

For more information about AwayFind’s plans or to sign up, visit You can also install it from the iTunes store directly via

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About AwayFind
AwayFind is a San Francisco, CA and College Park, MD business that recently split off of SET Consulting, an 8-year old productivity training firm. AwayFind’s core product is a web application that escalates your most urgent emails. When you receive an urgent message, the AwayFind application will notify you via SMS, voice call, iPhone push, IM, or even delegate the message to someone you specify, visit


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