From The Makers Of Everyme, Origami Launches Its Private Sharing Service For Families

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.origami.com/">Origami</a>, the new family-focused product from Y Combinator-backed mobile social network <a target="_blank" href="http://www.everyme.com/">Everyme

Mobile First Or Mobile Worst?

We happen to live in a massive time of transition. The PC market that has dominated computing for the past few decades is decaying while mobile computing is soaring — with the only limit in sight be

Everyme Has A New Project: Origami, A Private Sharing Service For Families

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.everyme.com">Everyme</a>, the Y Combinator-backed startup with <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2012/04/10/everyme-launch/">an app focused on private social circles<

YC-Backed Private Photo-Sharing App Everyme Raises $2.15M From Tencent And Others

So you've got your photos on Facebook, and you've got them on Instagram, and on Path. But what about that stuff that you don't want everyone to see? Just some people? That's what group photo-sharing a

Deets For iOS Keeps Contacts Up To Date Automatically, Lets You Share Files, Photos & More

<a target="_blank" href="http://sharedeets.com/">Deets</a> is a newly launched mobile app that lets you organize your contacts and keep everyone's information up-to-date automatically, but that descri

Andreessen Horowitz, CrunchFund, Tencent Back Intelligent Social Address Book Everyme

<a href="https://everyme.com/">Everyme</a>, a startup that plans to disrupt the address book, has announced $1.5 million in funding from an impressive group of backers including <a href="http://www.cr