SocialSafe Funding Round – New Features, New Faces

You may have read reports earlier this week about a recent funding round we completed, so we thought we’d tell you what we’ve got planned for the future.

Firstly, we’re looking to expand the team. You may have also seen that we’re recruiting for an iOS developer, so it doesn’t take a genius to work out that we’re going to be expanding our product offering and creating a mobile version of SocialSafe!

As well as broadening the platforms, we’re also working on improving the app with lots of new features such as Collections, PDF export and additional Insights, and we’re also hard at work adding more networks and increasing the depth of coverage for the networks we already support.

With the recent funding round we also welcome a new member to the SocialSafe family, and that is Microsoft Researcher Emeritus Gordon Bell, who joins us as an investor and advisor. Gordon has long been the pioneer of ‘Life-Logging’ and his vision will be a huge asset to SocialSafe moving forward. His experience in other areas of computing should not be understated either – his work in the ’70s set the bar for computer performance and architecture for many years to come.

We’re really excited about what the future holds for SocialSafe, and we’d love for you to be with us each step of the way. Visit our website to start using SocialSafe for free, and get your whole story from your social networks. For more information about our funding round and our future plans, please take a look at this TechCrunch article from earlier in the week.

About Andrew Robertson

I'm Andrew, I work as the Social Media & Marketing Assistant at SocialSafe. I've been writing blogs on here for over two years now, so you'll find pieces from me about anything relating to social media and tech, as well as the changing face of personal data. There's also room for the occasional post on some slightly off topics stories... just for the sake of variety!!

3 thoughts on “SocialSafe Funding Round – New Features, New Faces

  1. What about Android?? Please tell me that it won’t be 2 years before that finally comes out. Might be smart to do a survey of your users to see what is used more.

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