Genesis Media is looking to take its mobile app to the next level by creating a platform that will let you control and share content from the web, desktop and mobile.
The company announced on Thursday that it has secured $20 million in funding to develop a mobile app, called Genesis Media App, that will allow users to “see, share and discover” content from their device, on the go, across all devices, with a touch of the screen.
Genesis Media is a division of Genesis Media Inc, which was founded in 2011 by former Google employee Mark Hetzel.
The company has a long history of creating software, including for YouTube, but its latest move will allow it to build out a wider portfolio of software and services.
The app will allow content creators to “make and share events” on their phones, and it will be powered by Genesis Media’s “event engine” software, which lets content creators create interactive experiences that are powered by “an event calendar and a content creator hub,” according to a press release.
The Genesis Media app is slated to launch in late 2018, with the launch date set for November.
For now, the app is only available in the United States, though Genesis Media has plans to expand the app to other countries.
For the Genesis Media team, this is a big step in the right direction.
Genesis Media, which started in 2014, has a portfolio of products and services, including video games, mobile apps, a virtual reality headset and a variety of digital services, among other things.
The Genesis Media name has been associated with a number of tech companies, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, so it’s no surprise that the company has been looking to bring its products and technologies to the masses.