Happy to finally announce that at our next meetup (Tuesday, 6/24) we will be joined by Shouvik Paul from Maz Digital, who will be sharing their exciting new platform, Stream Web with us. Also, a big thanks to Photoshelter for use of their space!
See below for more info on both Shouvik and Stream Web, a mobile browser for iOS.
If you haven't already RSVP'd please do so. Hope to see many of you next week.
What is Stream Web?
Stream Web is a mobile browser for a mobile world. Built from the ground up specifically for mobile, Stream Web was made for thumbs with emphasis on minimalist design and a gesture-based interface. What truly sets Stream Web apart from any web browser for iOS is the Stream and sharing capabilities. With a two-finger-tap, a user can cut anything on the screen to share via SMS, email, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Evernote, or Tumblr. What is shared or saved is an image with a deep link to the source content; say goodbye to copying and pasting URLs. From there, users can access any shared or saved content in a cascade of images of visual bookmarks.
Shouvik Paul has spent that last 18 years of his career, starting, growing and selling startups. He sold his first startup, RawData in 1999 in California and has since helped grow other startups in NY including SharedBook and Plum. Currently, Shouvik is working at MAZ, a new NY based startup that recently launched a new gesture based browser called Stream Web for iOS. MAZ also works with over 800 brands such as Forbes, Economist and USA today to help create social apps for iOS and Android. In addition to his passion for tech and everything related to mobile, Shouvik is crazy enough to share his Manhattan apartment with his 180 lb Saint Bernard pup.
MAZ (mazdigital.com) is a mobile publishing platform that allows publishers to create and distribute rich digital content for tablets and smartphones. Founded by former Apple and Adobe employees, MAZ gives media providers easy-to-use tools to make their content come to life by adding interactive features, such as video, audio, HTML5 and ecommerce, as well as powerful analytics. Apps created with MAZ also include Stream, a revolutionary new product that turns any app into a localized social network. Users can “cut out” anything that they see on the screen to save or share into Stream, as well as discover what others are streaming