|Series A, 8/2007 |
|Venture Round, 1/2012 |
|Debt, 1/2013 ||$300k|
Scrybe is an Adobe & LMKR funded technology company which has previously released a calendaring and personal productivity suite. It was the first ever web app, that worked offline too. It was also the first ever launch to use YouTube for the product demo, which got almost half a million views.
Here are some of the press mentions: TechCrunch, CNET Review & CNET Reviews, InfoWorld, ZDNet & New York Times The calendaring product is no longer under active development; however, existing users continue to use it.
|Launch Date||August 9, 2007|
|Tags||scrybe, iscrybe, calendar, events, dates, timezones, organization|
Scrybe has a number of interesting features that have helped it gain some attention. The web-based app can operate offline. Any changes made will be synched once you reconnect to the internet. Scrybe’s calendar view auto-expands and minimizes depending on what you are looking at. It also allows seamless cut and paste and integration with Office documents, as well as a way to bookmark and grab content from websites. They’ve even thought through proper printing of calendars, to-do lists and other content. Overall, app’s intuitive interface is very easy to use and was obviously well thought out.