MrOwl is a new application from Arvind and Becky Raichur that allows you to store, sort and share data. What kind of data? All of this.
The application is what would happen if a social network had a baby with Evernote. Users can create public or private databanks – that's my branch on Rolex – and put in images, texts and links. There are popular branches like this on the secret menus and you can create them for yourself.
I found the application interesting if it was a little quiet right now. With a few more users, it could become a place for dynamic information sharing.
"Collaboration is key in a new and powerful way, users can add multiple editors and decide to keep public or private information only for the group with which they collaborate," Arvind said. . "It's a great way to share your knowledge and resources with your community at your leisure."
Obviously what the world needs now is another social media game as we all need a hole in the head, but I see a utility in MrOwl just because it makes it easier to select and sharing large amounts of data with friends. It has gained popularity in India and it has already seen 7,500 active users a day and 700,000 sessions on the application. He raised $ 6 million in funding.
"The best way to describe MrOwl is how our users describe it, that MrOwl is a bridge between Google, Wikipedia and Pinterest, allowing people to find, create, collaborate and share things. which interests them the most. "
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