Zenbe builds mobile and web apps around the common theme of allowing users to share contextually-specific information with a select group of people. The company’s current apps include:
Blacktop: an iPhone app that lets users organize your Facebook and Foursquare check-ins into “trips”—with maps, photos, and comments—that can be shared with friends in real-time. (DISCONTINUED)
Phizviz: creates a visualization of your Facebook check-ins, week-by-week. You can page through weeks and compare them.
Zenbe Lists: lets users share task lists from their iPhone, iPad, or the web. It was one of the first 300 iPhone apps and was called “our favorite task list” by Gizmodo.
Shareflow is a simple, real-time group collaboration tool that enables groups to share ideas, files, and more, without the hassles of long email threads.
Zenbe was founded in 2007 and produced a next-generation webmail suite, Zenbe Mail, which was discontinued in 2010 following a partial talent acquisition by Facebook.
|Launch Date||July 8, 2009|
Shareflow shows the future of group communication by allowing you to have focused conversations with the people that matter.
Flows are a collaborative, invite-only topical workspaces that you create to work with different members of your team. Share files, view documents online, allow others to comment and view all these changes in a single, centralized place - in real time.
Shareflow is compatible with email, provides a bookmarklet for easy posting of content from web site and webmail providers like Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail and Gmail.
There is also a mobile interface for smartphones.
Zenbe Lists allows you to share your lists with other iphone users.
Zenbe iphone app
|Launch Date||April 30, 2008|
|Closed Date||October, 2010|