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Available in No
Founded Sunnyvale, California, United States
Headquarters 1290 Oakmead Pkwy
Suite 214
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
, United States
Area served Not Available
Founder(s) Phonezoo Communications
Website Not Available
Registration Not Available
Launched April 11, 2011-March 21, 2014

Streamzoo was a photo-and-video-sharing social network that came with photo enhancement functionality.[1] The mobile app was compatible with the Apple iPhone and Android-Smartphones, but site users could also access their accounts online.

Streamzoo was taken offline and off of the Apple iPhone and Android-Smartphones on 3/21/2014. All photos were deleted from the server, and cannot be retrieved.


Streamzoo was launched in February 2011 by Phonezoo Communications, Inc.,[2] a company founded by Ram Ramkumar and Manish Vaidya, and funded by venture capitalist Tim Draper of DFJ Ventures, Inc.[3] In September 2011, industry guru Robert Scoble wrote a tweet opining that "These guys have a better camera much better than Instagram".[4] Streamzoo launched v2.0 of the product in late 2011. Streamzoo became the first cross-platform (iOS, Android & web) based photo sharing social network to offer the ability to collect badges as rewards for contributing photos to specific "streams".

Streamzoo shut down, with all services stopping on March 21, 2014.

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