Numerous digital content aggregators are out there for you to read news in one place, save and view pictures in one place, or share online shopping items in one place. Vibin, another aggregation app launched at our TechNode/TechCrunch Shanghai, wants you to save and view content of your interest across the mobile Web in one place.
Here are where the content you can view in Vibin from
- Your social networks. Vibin now supports Twitter, Facebook, foursquare. Sina Weibo will be added soon to attract Chinese users.
- Links about movies, books, videos, articles and products shared by other Vibin users — your friends of people around you.
- Pictures or other content in your phones. You can also take photos directly within Vibin.
Every piece is shown on Vibin as a card that you can save into your own collection by category.
Vibin is built by a team of veteran tech entrepreneurs and engineers. Founded in March, 2013, the company is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and has development offices in Shanghai, China. Jonathan Li, CEO of Vibin, has been in tech business for 16 years and came to work in China tech market for 13 years. Before Vibin, Li was the chief experience officer at LeWa, a custom Android ROM tailored to low-end smartphone market in China.