Pixable’s Photofeed a Facebook app and companion mobile apps intelligently sorts and categorize your friends’ Facebook, Instagram and Flickr photos as well as Facebook, Vimeo and YouTube videos.
Clearly, adding Twitter to the mix makes sense. So once you log-in to Pixable with your Twitter credentials, the service will stream the photos and videos shared by the friends you follow on Twitter in addition to those shared by your friends on Facebook. The app organizes photos into a customized feed pulling from Twitter’s native photo service as well as content shared to Twitter from other services such as TwitPic, yFrog, Instagram, Picplz, Lockerz, Vimeo and YouTube.
Pixable founder Inaki Berenguer says that as social photo sharing continues to increase with the growing popularity of services like Instagram, and the deeper integration of Twitter into iOS 5, users need an intelligent platform that sorts through images and videos. Investors seems to think so too; Pixable just raised $3.6 million from Menlo Ventures and others.
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...