We are very excited to announce the newest upgrades to Hannah, our most successful project ever.


Hannah 2.0 has better compatibility with iPads, iPhones, and remote controls.

How fitting that exactly two years after her initial launch, we are ready to unveil Hannah 2.0. A lot of work has gone into creating Hannah 2.0. At times there were sleepless nights, and real differences of opinion about the direction we should take the project. But we always had the long-game in mind, and we think you’ll see our hard work paid off.

Hannah 2.0 comes with a host of new features that we think the public will be really excited about.

Everyone’s talking about “going mobile” these days, and we’ve worked hard to make sure that Hannah 2.0 is more mobile than ever. With faster speeds and surer footings, the distance Hannah 2.0 can go will amaze you.

In addition, we promise better battery life. Hannah 2.0 will only need to recharge once during the day, instead of two, or even three, power-down sessions as was often required during daily use.

But it’s not just improved hardware. The software that runs Hannah 2.0 has been overhauled from top to bottom.

Hannah 2.0 can now understand basic English commands and questions. Plus, a new language chip allows her to better approximate human speech when she replies.

In addition, there are more and more tasks she can accomplish on her own, without needing human guidance. Amazing.

We’re particularly excited, too, about the stronger interoperability with your other devices. We’ve heard reports that Hannah didn’t work well with iPhones and iPads, for example, with poorly timed swiping and over-use of the home button. Hannah 2.0 will work with these devices much more reliably, and we project even better interfacing in the future.

All in all, Hannah 2.0 is a marvel of innovation and progress. We couldn’t be happier with her and look forward to a great year ahead.

Hannah 2.0 is not available in stores.