A note from Tempo’s founders says the app will be discontinued on June 30, and is no longer accepting new users. Until then, the calendar is open to existing users.
The app shows you information about your meetings such as location, transportation and parking options, social media posts from participants and other related documents. It also automates connecting into conference calls.
“With Tempo, we created a smart calendar, using artificial intelligence to enable the next generation of mobile productivity. We brought context to your events and automated many of your tasks, just like a real-world assistant, saving our users millions of minutes,” according to an announcement of the acquisition by CEO Raj Singh.
“Joining the Salesforce family will give us the opportunity to continue our mission at a much larger scale,” Singh said.
Users who paid for the app can request a refund through the Apple App Store in steps outlined in the statement.
Users can also email firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions.