Most tech companies make the move from desktop to mobile. Flowboard is doing the opposite.
The desktop product mimics Flowboard’s iPad app, allowing users to create, edit, and view cloud-based presentations. The app costs $9.99 to start and will jump to $19.99 after the first 10,000 downloads.
Flowboard has nearly 200,000 registered users and has signed up more than 4,000 schools to use its product. It competes against a handful of other presentation startups in Seattle, including 9Slides, Haiku Deck, and Jackson Fish Market.
Flowboard was formed after being rebranded from a company CEO Brent Brookler founded seven years ago called Treemo Labs. Treemo is still doing business with its existing customers, but the company is now representing itself as Flowboard first.