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Voodle for iOS Launch

Very excited to kick off life for Voodle for iOS, which launches Monday June 29th 2020. As my son Carlos explains to gen z friends, “Discord and TikTok had a baby and named it Voodle”. To older gen X friends i explain Voodle as a “tiktok for the enterprise” user experience–a short-video a-sync for teams. We started building Voodle before the covid-19 disruptions this spring, so we hadn’t imagined the zoom-fatigue phenomena that is now upon us. As we launch, it really feels like Voodle is a very well timed app that brings lighter-touch, short-form-video, as a compelling alternative to time-sucking synchronous “zoom” meetings that have now started to dominate a lot of professional team interactions.

Voodle for iOS now available from the Apple App Store.

Give Voodle a try with your colleagues at work or other “teams” that you want to share short-video updates with. You can download it now from the apple iOS app store here.

Here’s a screenshot of my Voodle group with colleagues at work: we’ve been using voodles to provide team updates while we are all working remotely. Common voodle themes include project status, meeting summaries, morale updates, working from home checkins… super fun and useful, a great anecdote to #too-many-zoom-meetings.
forest key wearing a voodle football jersey
Dressed in my voodle-f.c. jersey, ready to pounce on social media to update my friends and industry colleagues about the launch of Voodle v 1.0 for iOS.

Nice coverage of Voodle from Venture Beat which says “Voodle’s eponymous software is as efficient in execution as it is in concept.” An app that lets business teams share short video updates, complete with automatically generated captions and transcripts