Now thats a better photo isn’t it!

Who are we ?
In line with our increased beta testing, we wanted to give you some context as to what CrowdSend is all about and what we are trying to achieve.
Fundamentally, images online are completely broken - you might be able to upload a photo and you might even be able to sort lots of photo into things you like - but no where online does there exist a place where you can try to find what is inside an image.
That really sucks. We thought so massively and so we decided to do something about it and create a place where a community of people can help you discover and find products inside images that you want to know about.
We believe that through collaboration we can create a community of users who can help other users and discover some cool stuff themselves. It’s something that as a tiny, bootstrapped team of hackers - we really believe in.
So you can visit any website on the internet, grab and image and ask a community of users what you are looking at. You can also do a bunch of other cool stuff that we have in the pipe but fundamentally we believe that our method is something that people will want.
Changing the world of images isn’t hard. We believe that creating a place, a community of awesome people who can ask and help solve that burning question of what is this - is something awesome and worth building. You can sign up for free right now at http://www.crowdsend.com.
We hope it’s going to be an awesome ride.

Who are we ?

In line with our increased beta testing, we wanted to give you some context as to what CrowdSend is all about and what we are trying to achieve.

Fundamentally, images online are completely broken - you might be able to upload a photo and you might even be able to sort lots of photo into things you like - but no where online does there exist a place where you can try to find what is inside an image.

That really sucks. We thought so massively and so we decided to do something about it and create a place where a community of people can help you discover and find products inside images that you want to know about.

We believe that through collaboration we can create a community of users who can help other users and discover some cool stuff themselves. It’s something that as a tiny, bootstrapped team of hackers - we really believe in.

So you can visit any website on the internet, grab and image and ask a community of users what you are looking at. You can also do a bunch of other cool stuff that we have in the pipe but fundamentally we believe that our method is something that people will want.

Changing the world of images isn’t hard. We believe that creating a place, a community of awesome people who can ask and help solve that burning question of what is this - is something awesome and worth building. You can sign up for free right now at http://www.crowdsend.com.

We hope it’s going to be an awesome ride.

Rocking the beta

If you haven’t signed up to the beta yet - get an invite here. We’ve just deployed a bunch of significant updates that will make using CrowdSend even more awesome!

If you have any issues - please contact us at @CrowdSend or via email at CrowdSend Contact.

Sweet! Become a beta tester.

Yo yo. The world of CrowdSend is about to begin for us and we are totally and utterly pumped.

Of course, that world can’t be started until we get some beta testers! So we are really looking for some your Tumblr people out there to sign up and give us a try. We’ll totally worship you for it.

Hit us up if you want to join the private beta via help@crowdsend.com or just visit the website. 

Follow us @crowdsend on Twitter too! Whoot!

It’s Alive.

CrowdSend is finally launching this week in Beta! We’re a tiny startup based in Australia & Israel that is trying to change the world!

Watch this space or visit http://www.crowdsend.com to find out more and sign up for our beta.


Team: I think we need some business cards.
Tim: Errr .. ok. I’ll try to whip up a design.
Finished product shown.
What do you think ? Much <3 , I think [que bias ha!]

Team: I think we need some business cards.

Tim: Errr .. ok. I’ll try to whip up a design.

Finished product shown.

What do you think ? Much <3 , I think [que bias ha!]