CloudApp, a San Francisco, CA-based video messaging and visual communication platform, received an investment from Adobe.
Adobe made the investment via the Adobe Fund for Design, a $10m fund that supports emerging companies to build products and services that shape the future of design.
This investment brings the company’s total funding to $6m, which includes recent investments from Cervin Ventures, Bloomberg Beta and others.
Led by Tyler Koblasa, CEO, CloudApp is a visual communication platform that brings human connection back to digital workflows through instant video messaging, screen recording, screenshot annotation, and GIF creation. It serves over three million users and thousands of businesses by allowing them to capture, share, and accelerate their business communication while allowing professionals to harness visual imagery to express ideas faster.
In conjunction with the investment, the company also released its plugin for Adobe® XD CC. With this plugin, XD users can capture and share their designs with team members without leaving the Adobe application.
CloudApp’s plugin for Adobe XD debuted at Adobe MAX, a leading global conference that brings together top creatives and leading experts to discuss the future of creativity and digital experience. Using the CloudApp plugin for Adobe XD, designers can share work faster and improve collaboration with clients and colleagues.