SeeSaw

  • How Seesaw accidentally became a teacher’s pet at 1/4 of US schools

    How Seesaw accidentally became a teacher’s pet at 1/4 of US schools

    Seesaw’s educational app lets students save and share their assignments with their teachers, parents, and fellow classmates. They just snap a photo or video, draw, or write. But rather than just the finished product, students can add audio narration or doodled annotation to show how they got there. This lets teachers identify where students went wrong when they make mistakes. Seesaw… Read More

  • In Its First Acquisition, Byliner Buys Seesaw, The Startup Led By CoTweet Founders

    In Its First Acquisition, Byliner Buys Seesaw, The Startup Led By CoTweet Founders

    Byliner, a startup offering a new approach to monetizing long-form journalism and fiction, just announced that it has acquired mobile developer Seesaw. Seesaw launched an app of the same name that allowed users to collect opinions from friends, then followed it with Everlapse, an app for creating and sharing digital flipbooks. The company is also noteworthy for its team — it was founded… Read More

  • Introducing “Everlapse” – An Addictive New Collaborative Flipbook Sharing App

    Introducing “Everlapse” – An Addictive New Collaborative Flipbook Sharing App

    Video is beautiful but tough. Photos are easy but boring. Everlapse is something new in between. Built by the former CoTweet team, Everlapse launches today so you can compile photos into digital flipbooks, let friends add their own shots, and view the evolving creation as a rapid-fire slideshow. The free iOS app combines the visual communication of Snapchat with the stop-motion of Vine. Read More

  • CoTweet Founders Reunite, Raise Seed Round For Their New Company “Seesaw”

    CoTweet Founders Reunite, Raise Seed Round For Their New Company “Seesaw”

    An interesting team is getting back together for something new, and it’s worth noting. The founders of CoTweet, a company which was acquired by ExactTarget, is joining forces for a new startup called Seesaw. This time, Aaron Gotwalt is listed as CEO, and Jesse Engle will be heading business development. It’s a swap from the first time around with CoTweet. The pair are joined once… Read More

  • SeeSaw launches, UK's answer to Hulu or another Joost?

    [UK] While we Brits wait, and wait, for any sign of a Hulu UK launch, a rival offering has stepped in to try and fill the void. SeeSaw, the Arqiva-owned Online TV service based on assets bought from Kangaroo, the defunct joint venture between broadcasters BBC, ITV and Channel 4, has today opened its doors to the public. And although the UI is pleasing to the eye, it faces the oh so… Read More