Mozilla investing in Everything.me
Mozilla has announced it is investing in Everything.me, a company that makes an application for smartphones which claims to dynamically match a user's needs with appropriate HTML5 content and applications. Everything.me already has an application in the Apple App Store for the iPhone and a Android application in beta.
Mozilla says it has already been working on the platform and that the company "will play an important role in creating a compelling content experience on Firefox OS," which is due to launch next year. "Everything.me is
aligned closely with Mozilla’s mission and goals" said Jay Sullivan, VP of Products at Mozilla, who said they were "working closely together to further the abilities of the HTML5".
The non-profit organisation joined with Telefónica Digital, SingTel Innov8 and previous investors to provide Everything.me with $25 million of series C funding. It was not disclosed how much of that $25 million was coming from Mozilla. Mozilla has been working with Telefónica to deliver Firefox-OS-based smartphones, and Telefónica Digital's venture capital team led the investment round. Everything.me is an Israel-based company, previously known as DoAT, and it plans to use the new round of funding to expand its team and invest in ongoing development.