Little Labs

Little Labs is a smartwatch app studio creating simple, contextual and fun experiences designed for the post-phone era.

Founded by mobile industry veterans and backed by some of the best investors in LA. 

It's an amazing opportunity to join a funded early-stage startup where your work will have a huge impact on defining the future of smartwatch applications, and wearables as a whole!
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Los Angeles, US
Founded
2014
Size (employees)
10 (est)
Little Labs was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, US

Little Labs Office Locations

Little Labs has an office in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, US (HQ)
373 Rose Ave

Little Labs Data and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Total Funding

$3 m

Latest funding size

$3 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

Little Labs's latest funding round in May 2015 was reported to be $3 m. In total, Little Labs has raised $3 m

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Let’s Watch It! allows friends to watch & react to videos together on iMessage

 A new application for iMessage called “Let’s Watch It!” introduces an easy way for you to share and watch YouTube or Twitch videos with friends to watch together, as well as react to them, and even voice or video chat while viewing. The iMessage App Store doesn’t yet have a lot of breakout hits at …

Remote watch parties are the best thing to ever happen to introverts

Streaming videos in your room just got a whole lot less lonely.  Binging for hours on Netflix has long been an inherently isolating experience: You're solo, it's late, and you definitely should have gone to bed by now. It's the ideal setup for introverts and people just generally afraid of the w…

This app lets you watch YouTube videos with friends in iMessage

EXCLUSIVE: An iMessage app that lets you watch live videos from sites like YouTube or Twitch called Let’s Watch It! launched today in the iOS App Store. Version 1.0 of the Let’s Watch It! iOS app and iMessage app extension were first made available in the App Store March 1. An update made available …

GamesBeat 2016 explores how to take games between Asia and the West

China has become the biggest gaming market, surpassing the U.S. quite easily in the past couple of years. But only a handful of companies have moved from Western markets into Asia, or moved from Asia into the West, and succeeded at it. But companies that master such cross-regional challenges will fi…

GamesBeat 2016 explores how to do a game publishing deal

VB EVENT: How do you do a game publishing deal? It’s different for console, mobile, and PC games. And the new rules of digital gaming have changed the relationship between developers and publishers. So we’ve assembled an expert panel to talk about how to do a game publishing deal at our GamesBeat 20…

As Sonic turns 25, former Sega boss Tom Kalinske looks at gaming’s past and future

Maybe we can learn about gaming’s future by looking at its past. That’s why we’re excited to announced that our closing speaker at our GamesBeat 2016 event in Los Angeles next week will be Tom Kalinske, the chairman of online game firm Gazillion and the former president of Sega of America. Kalinske …
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