BlueSprig, a San Francisco, CA-based company that provides utility apps for the security, privacy, performance and efficiency of personal devices, raised $10m in Series A funding.
Backers include IDG-Accel’s China Growth Fund.
The company has also launched a series of utility apps.
AirCover, now available in beta, provides advanced security for iOS and Android devices, protecting users from loss, theft, viruses, malware or other threats.
BlueSprig is also releasing full versions of its system utility tools, JetBoost and JetClean, which were launched in beta earlier this year.
JetBoost ensures top PC performance by automatically prioritizing and ending processes as well as providing three boost modes – game, work and custom – to best meet the demands of user activities.
JetClean optimizes and protects PCs by removing registry errors, deleting junk files, removing invalid shortcuts, cleaning activity traces such as cookies, surfing history, auto-fill passwords and traces of other programs to protect users’ privacy, and much more.
Both apps are available for Windows-based PCs.
Led by CEO and co-founder Jason Johnson, BlueSprig has development center in Chengdu, China led by Hugo Dong.