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timeflash.com

Stage

Unattributed - II | Alive

Total Raised

$2.37M

Last Raised

$1.54M | 7 yrs ago

About Time Flash

Time Flash is digital time capsule app that lets users capture and share important moments with the people who matter most.

Time Flash Headquarter Location

800 Third Avenue 22nd Floor

New York, New York, 10022,

United States

917-392-3933

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Time Flash Patents

Time Flash has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/16/2013

Derivatives (finance), Science fiction themes, Interpersonal relationships, Grammatical tenses, Systems engineering

Application

Application Date

9/16/2013

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Derivatives (finance), Science fiction themes, Interpersonal relationships, Grammatical tenses, Systems engineering

Status

Application

Latest Time Flash News

Mobile app lets you send photos and video, control when they can be opened

Feb 3, 2014

These images show a screen capture, left, and a portion of a screen capture for the app Time Flash. By Carla Vianna Published: Monday, February 3, 2014 at 1:24 p.m. Last Modified: Monday, February 3, 2014 at 1:24 p.m. A time capsule gone digital, Time Flash will allow you to send photos and videos into the future. The mobile app allows users to send a photo or video to a friend, while controlling the date the other person can open it. A ticking countdown lets the recipient know when the capsule can be opened, whether that is two days or two years in the future. Founder Jared Kash, a 20-year-old University of Florida student, said the app's initial target audience is college students. “Let's say it's your first day of college and you want to send it to the day you are graduating,” Kash said. “I think that this is going to bring a new perspective to our generation in terms of social media usage where so much of social media today is just for goofing off. There's no real intimacy behind it. I'm hoping with Time Flash the content they capture is truly stuff that they have emotion towards.” With that in mind, Kash chose Valentine's Day as the launch date. Kash, originally from New York, said most of his high school friends study out of state. Taking advantage of this widespread network, he has selected captains, or marketing representatives, to promote the app at Florida State University, the University of Michigan, Penn State and 16 other schools. The New York-based company has been funded with $1.5 million from private wealth management firms, Kash said. Because the app is cloud-based, a new phone or phone number won't erase impending capsules. Kash said he plans to create an online presence for Time Flash. A unique factor about the app, he said, is it can be used as a self-help tool. “As opposed to just sharing stuff with other people, you can share it with yourself – your future self.” These images show a screen capture, left, and a portion of a screen capture for the app Time Flash. Gainesville.com February 3, 2014 1:24 PM <p>A time capsule gone digital, Time Flash will allow you to send photos and videos into the future.</p><p>The mobile app allows users to send a photo or video to a friend, while controlling the date the other person can open it. A ticking countdown lets the recipient know when the capsule can be opened, whether that is two days or two years in the future.</p><p>Founder Jared Kash, a 20-year-old University of Florida student, said the app's initial target audience is college students.</p><p>“Let's say it's your first day of college and you want to send it to the day you are graduating,” Kash said. “I think that this is going to bring a new perspective to our generation in terms of social media usage where so much of social media today is just for goofing off. There's no real intimacy behind it. I'm hoping with Time Flash the content they capture is truly stuff that they have emotion towards.”</p><p>With that in mind, Kash chose Valentine's Day as the launch date.</p><p>Kash, originally from New York, said most of his high school friends study out of state. Taking advantage of this widespread network, he has selected captains, or marketing representatives, to promote the app at Florida State University, the University of Michigan, Penn State and 16 other schools.</p><p>The New York-based company has been funded with $1.5 million from private wealth management firms, Kash said.</p><p>Because the app is cloud-based, a new phone or phone number won't erase impending capsules. Kash said he plans to create an online presence for Time Flash.</p><p> A unique factor about the app, he said, is it can be used as a self-help tool.</p><p>“As opposed to just sharing stuff with other people, you can share it with yourself – your future self.”</p>

  • Where is Time Flash's headquarters?

    Time Flash's headquarters is located at 800 Third Avenue, New York.

  • What is Time Flash's latest funding round?

    Time Flash's latest funding round is Unattributed - II.

  • How much did Time Flash raise?

    Time Flash raised a total of $2.37M.

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