About Us

Who we are?

We are a team of knowledge curious wanderers of this epoch, united by the passion for making changes that matter! We don’t differentiate based on gender, race, religion or sexual orientation, and we believe that this universe was created after the Big Bang. We usually work hard but we do know how to have fun… and we’re generally likeable. Instead of reading boring statements that we think apply to us - join our community channel and let's get to know each other personally.

What we do?

We love connecting online and we use various web applications all the time, both for working and having fun. But the ever-increasing complexity of the internet is making this experience messier and more annoying for us. With Stack, we're bringing the cool back to the internet and rethinking how we use our virtual tools and resources. We just started from building a browser.

Why we do it?

We believe all living beings on this planet are different facets of one form of life trying to connect with each other. And each of us has a limited amount of time for individual experiences. If there is anything that we can do to minimize wasted minutes and increase the quality of each second we spend together, we go for it.

The Product and the Company

Already in use on every continent, except the very cold one, Stack is an Internet launchpad that increases the efficiency of working with the web. We achieve this by allowing simultaneous use of multiple web-apps and a speed-of-thought navigation within a neatly organized environment. But there is a lot more behind the mundane product description.

Conceived in 2018 as a "Tweetdeck for social media", Ziko's (our CTO) weekend project quickly morphed into a web productivity tool loved by tens of thousands of Stackers. In 2021 Stack is set to become a collaboration browser for small companies and teams who mainly depend on web-based tools throughout their workday. However, these are only our first steps towards the bold mission of reinventing the whole internet experience. And yes, we are ambitious enough to proudly call Stack the First Operating System for the Internet.

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