Sqwiggle Releases iPad App, Aims to Reshape the Telecom Industry

Expensive conference systems and desk phones are the past. Sqwiggle is happy to announce today's release of their brand new iPad app aimed at replacing the desk phone and making collaboration with your team easier than ever.

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2014

Sqwiggle, Inc. (“Sqwiggle”) is pleased to announce the release of their iPad companion app. As the largest product move in the history of the company, their sights are set at big phone and telecom companies. “The idea of a desk phone or the need to walk into a conference room is not the future. It’s actually the opposite and we’re excited to be pushing the bar” says Co-founder Matt Boyd.

The Sqwiggle iPad app is available for download in the app store today. Boyd goes on to say, “The simplicity of the app is very exciting. Just turn it on and the entire Sqwiggle experience splits in half. Text chat on your computer/keyboard and video chat on your iPad. Close the app and everything snaps right back into place.”

Sqwiggle launched in 2013 and closed $1.1million in seed investment 9 months later as the first ever AngelList Syndicate. “Since then, we’ve been rapidly expanding into enterprise and with the release of our iPad app, teams are more connected than they ever have been.” explains Boyd.

For more information visit https://www.sqwiggle.com/ipad

About Sqwiggle, Inc.

Sqwiggle is an "always on" workroom meant for short video discussions with one or multiple people on your remote team. No need to call or accept, just click someone and start talking.

When not in a video call, Sqwiggle sends a photo of you to your team. You can take these photos yourself or set it on an automated interval for consistent presence. "We've seen teams of two to five hundred using Sqwiggle as a part of their daily workflow and we couldn't be more excited to facilitate better communication and collaboration for remote teams" explains Tom Moor, Co-founder of Sqwiggle.


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