Pixable, a startup that develops sleek social photo creation and categorization tools, is adding video discovery and sharing to its social photo aggregation app.
Pixable’s Photofeed a Facebook app and companion mobile apps intelligently sorts and categorize your friends’ Facebook, Instagram and Flickr photos. Pixable will use the same technology used for ranking photos to surface videos shared on Facebook, Vimeo and YouTube.
What makes Pixable unique is the company’s WonderRank technology, which sorts through a user’s network to learn and find what has interested him in the past, and what might interest him now. The more you engage with Pixable, the “smarter” the app gets, and the better it serves your specific interests and preferences.
For now, video discovery is only available in Pixable’s web application and will be extended soon to the startup’s iPad and iPhone apps. Since its launch in January, Pixable’s Photofeed has sorted and ranked over 10 billion photos for its 800,000 users.
With hundreds of millions of photos and videos being shared every day it’s easy to miss out on the ones that actually matter to you. Pixable finds the best photos and videos shared on your social network so you never miss an important moment. Pixable, founded in 2009, is a start-up headquartered in SoHo, NYC with MIT roots. The company has enabled more than 6 million users to manage and enjoy their online photos. On September 18, 2012, Pixable...