CloudApp, a San Francisco, CA-based platform for capturing, annotating, and sharing visual content, raised $2m in seed financing.
Backers included Tikhon Bernstam, founder of Scribd and Parse (acquired by Facebook); Dyn CSO Kyle York; China Rock Capital Management; Ride Ventures; The Gramercy Fund; Green D Ventures; Barracuda Networks founder Michael Perone; former Symantec CTO Amit Mital; Buffer CEO Joel Gascoigne; Wikia and Fastly founder Gil Penchina; Involver founder Tyler Willis; The SaaS Syndicate; and others.
Led by Tyler Koblasa, CEO, CloudApp is a media-sharing and visual communication platform that provides tools to capture, share, annotate, and search visual content. The company, which works alongside services like Twitter, Trello, Asana, Google Docs, JIRA, MailChimp, and Zendesk to unify digital workflows, has just launched CloudApp 4. The new release searches information contained within any image or screenshot and offers analytics to track user views and also includes a Business Edition with enhanced enterprise security, compliance and control, custom data hosting (via Amazon S3, Google, Box), and automated user provisioning (via Google Apps, OneLogin, Okta).
CloudApp, which serves creatives, marketers, developers, and support teams, is free at getcloudapp.com.