Tech roundup: Oto app hopes to be a user's ride to "the small stuff" by taking care of oil changes, food delivery and more

Julie Bhusal Sharma

App Tap: Oto

With 51 days to go on its Kickstarter campaign and $0 from a $100,000 goal, it appears that the Columbus-based app, Oto, will not receive its desired funding. But the app claims it will have more to offer than its competitors once on the market. Oto looks to be a one-stop app to "take care of the small things" by placing orders for food delivery, schedule oil changes, book a ride and more. So, who makes up Oto's target market? Oto says that would be busy professionals, but we think it could work for anyone who consider him- or herself busy.

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