Toronto's Pressly launches at TechCrunch Disrupt

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Toronto's Pressly launched today at the TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 conference in San Francisco.

Pressly is an online service for converting online publications to more readable tablet versions.

By bringing the great design and touch interface of tablet apps to your website, Pressly makes your publication more engaging, gives your readers a more delightful experience and makes it easier than ever for your content to be shared and loved by a growing generation of tablet users.

Because Pressly's HTML5 apps live online, and not confined to an app store, you benefit from web traffic and SEO in a way typical apps don't, and get more control over your business and insight about your readers.

Pressly is currently working with Canadian Living Magazine, Transcontinental Media Group and The Toronto Star as well as with the The Economist’s digital team in New York.

Pressly's founders include CEO Jeff Brenner, CTO Peter Kieltyka, Marketing and Media Lead Tobin Dalrymple and Business Development Lead Chi Chen. Brenner and Kieltyka previously founded dev shop NuLayer.

Pressly was founded in April 2011 and has raised $800k to date.

Company:
NuLayer
Website:
http://nulayer.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

NuLayer is a full service software development and consulting firm based in Toronto, Canada. We specialize in delivering custom software applications for web and mobile platforms. We follow established engineering principles to develop and grow software systems, with a proven track record of successfully completing challenging projects on time and on budget. We provide software consulting services to a diverse... more

Company:
Pressly
Website:
http://www.pressly.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Pressly automatically makes online publications as beautiful and touchable as native apps when visited on tablet web browsers. more


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