Stevie takes videos from users’ Facebook and Twitter feeds along with other content from around the Web and presents it all in a format perfect for TVs. That doesn’t preclude it from consumption elsewhere though. In addition to signing a deal to bring its service to the Xbox 360, Stevie offers iPad, Windows 8 and Web apps, as well as iPhone and Android apps for remotely controlling the Stevie experience.
The new iPhone app brings all Stevie’s channels to a smartphone-sized screen for the first time, perfect for relaxing with a stream of videos while you’re on the go.
Meanwhile, Stevie’s $1.5 million Series A round comes from Horizons Ventures and brings the startup’s total funding so far to $2.1 million. The fresh cash will be used to help bring Stevie to more types of devices, including the aforementioned Xbox, plus Android and connected TVs.
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