Oggl San Francisco, CA
Oggl is a brand new way to experience Hipstamatic's beautifully crafted photo effects and connect to like-minded creatives from all around the world. Oggl is a capture-first shooting experience, powered by Hipstamatic's beautiful effects. It comes with five favorites and you can build your own combos to handle any situation. Connect to amazing photographers from around the globe and share your best work with them. When you see something you like, tap Curate to add it to your collection. Edit any photo by picking a new lens, film, or favorite. Oggl saves the original image so you can keep experimenting until you have the best photo to share. Post your photos on Oggl as well as all your favorite social networks, including Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, and Foursquare.
Flipboard Palo Alto, CA
Flipboard lets people see everything in one place. By bringing together the world's stories and life's great moments, you can stay up to date with the things that matter most. Flip through the news from your Twitter timeline as well as from outlets like the BBC, USA Today and The Verge. See everything from posts and photos shared by friends on Facebook and Instagram to videos from Stephen Colbert and pop culture nuggets from Rolling Stone. Find inspiration for your travel, style and life from places like National Geographic, Oprah and Cool Hunting. Search for anything—people, topics, hashtags, blogs, your favorite sites—and flip through articles, updates, photos and videos in a beautiful magazine format. Connect Flipboard to 12 social networks, streamlining your reading and activities like commenting, liking and sharing. Save anything to read later using Instapaper, Pocket and Readability.
Keepsafe San Francisco, CA
Keepsafe is an app that creates a private photo vault on your phone, so that you can file away sensitive pictures from others. You can also share photos with others, or send them for a limited time like on Snapchat or Facebook’s Poke app. It offers a cloud photo back-up service that saves your photos in case your phone gets lost or stolen. Users can also create a second fake PIN in case someone else tries to open their private photo vault. Break-in detection also keeps a log of failed log-in attempts which will let you know if someone else tried to access your private photos. Then there’s something they call a “secret door.” This features makes KeepSafe look like a utility app, so that anyone else using your phone can’t tell it’s a secret photo gallery.