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  • Yahoo Is Shutting Down IntoNow, Nearly Three Years After Acquisition

    Yahoo Is Shutting Down IntoNow, Nearly Three Years After Acquisition

    IntoNow — the second-screen app that Yahoo bought in the spring of 2011, just twelve weeks after its launch — is being shut down by its parent company. As of last week, IntoNow was taken off the Apple App Store and Google Play, and an email sent to users notified them that the app would stop working as of March 31. Read More

  • IntoNow iPad App

    Eyes On IntoNow’s New iPad Interface

    IntoNow stopped by our little spot of heaven at CES 2012 to talk about their new iPad app and life with Yahoo. Adam Cahan, CEO and Co-founder, was happy to show off the amazing new app that turns the iPad into the ultimate TV companion — at least that’s what it seemed like to me. Read More

  • The Top 20 iPhone And iPad Apps of 2011

    The Top 20 iPhone And iPad Apps of 2011

    It’s telling that Apple chose an app that debuted more than 14 months ago, Instagram, as its “iPhone App of the Year” for 2011. This should not imply that there was a shortage of quality and groundbreaking apps released this year. Far from it. From social magazines to music discovery apps to console-quality games that players can hold in the palms of their hands, there… Read More

  • Yahoo Brings Intelligent Social TV App IntoNow To The iPad; Adds Content Feeds And More

    Yahoo Brings Intelligent Social TV App IntoNow To The iPad; Adds Content Feeds And More

    Social TV app IntoNow, which Yahoo acquired earlier this year for $20 to $30 million, is heading to the iPad today with the launch of a native app. In case you aren’t familiar with IntoNow, the service IntoNow, a new service that allows you to tell your friends what television shows and movies you’re watching in realtime. But unlike other media “check-in” services, you… Read More

  • Yahoo Moves Fast — Real Fast — To Scoop Up IntoNow For $20 – $30 Million

    Yahoo Moves Fast — Real Fast — To Scoop Up IntoNow For $20 – $30 Million

    This past January, upon seeing a demo of IntoNow, we noted that the media check-in game just changed. Apparently, Yahoo agreed — they’ve just acquired the company for something in the range of $20 to $30 million, sources with knowledge of the deal tell us. There are a couple fascinating layers here. First of all, IntoNow launched just 12 weeks ago. That’s $0 to $30… Read More

  • IntoNow Hits A Million Shows Tagged In A Month. Two And A Half Men One Of The Shows #Winning

    IntoNow Hits A Million Shows Tagged In A Month. Two And A Half Men One Of The Shows #Winning

    Just about a month ago, we wrote about IntoNow, a new service that allows you to tell your friends what television shows and movies you’re watching in realtime. But unlike other media “check-in” services, you do this simply by hitting a button and letting your phone listen to what you’re watching. It’s awesome. Really, really awesome. Others seem to agree, as… Read More

  • Fly or Die Review of TV Apps IntoNow and Yap.Tv

    Fly or Die (TV Apps): IntoNow, Yap.TV, FIOS Mobile

    Once you start watching TV with your iPhone or iPad, there is no going back. When the big screen becomes boring, you just switch to the smaller screen, where a whole world of Twitter, email, the Web, and apps stand ready to entertain your multitasking mind. In this week’s episode of Fly or Die, CrunchGear editor John Biggs and I look at three TV apps designed to enhance your TV… Read More

  • IntoNow Can Hear What You're Watching On TV. The Media Check-In Game Just Changed.

    IntoNow Can Hear What You're Watching On TV. The Media Check-In Game Just Changed.

    “The problem was that no one wanted to type in the bar they were at,” Adam Cahan told us when we met with him last week to see his latest venture, IntoNow. He wasn’t talking about his startup. Instead, he was talking about Dodgeball, the location-based service that came well before Foursquare. That is, he was describing why Foursquare took off while Dodgeball didn’t… Read More

  • Video Monetization Startup Auditude Gains $11 Million In Funding, New CEO

    Video Monetization Startup Auditude Gains $11 Million In Funding, New CEO

    Auditude, a video management and monetization technology provider, has raised $11 million in second-round funding from Granite Ventures, Greylock Partners, Redpoint Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank. In addition, the company this morning announced that it has appointed Jeremy Helfand, former president of United Online Media Group and Advertising.com senior executive, as its new CEO. Read More