SweetLabs, the San Diego company behind the Pokki app platform and the OpenCandy advertising network, has raised $13 million in funding in a Series C round led by Intel Capital, with earlier backers Google Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners also participating.
Before you click, a warning: Pokki is only available for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 so far.
The startup has raised $21.5 million in financing to date.
I’m left wondering if they still don’t shake hands with each other at board meetings.
Update: they still don’t shake hands.
SweetLabs builds products to help developers offer users a richer and more compelling application experience. SweetLabs has two unique platforms: Pokki, a platform which brings media-rich web applications to the desktop; and the OpenCandy Software Network, which offers user-friendly software recommendations through the download and installation process. Their ultimate goal is to help developers deliver useful, entertaining and informative applications to consumers across any device.