Rabbit, a San Francisco, CA-based video chat app maker, raised a $3.3m seed funding.
The round includes new investors Google Ventures, CrunchFund and Bebo founder Michael Birch as well as existing angel investors.
The company plans to use the funding to continue to expand its video chat and content sharing technology, and launch it out of private beta.
Led by Philippe Clavel, and Gregory Fischbach, Rabbit offers an application that allows users to watch videos, listen to music and share any type of content together while video chatting with their friends.
It is available in private beta today for Mac OS X (10.7 or higher).