EBay has chosen Drync of Somerville to power eBay Wine, an entirely new marketplace. This week, the e-commerce giant launched a Web page dedicated to selling all things wine. From Cru Beaujolais to vintage Bordeux to space-age decanters, eBay is using Drync to help it source over 10,000 varieties of wine that can be delivered to 45 states. (Better luck next time New Hampshire
Drync for Android now lets US oenophiles pay for wine using Google Wallet
Drync is about as all-encompassing a wine app as you can get, letting you track your top tipples, discover new bottles, create notes, peruse reviews, and even order in-app. Indeed, all you need to do is take a photo of a wine’s label, and the Drync app finds its availability, price, ratings and more. Having been available for iPhone since the early days, Drync finally arrived for Android back in 2010, and today this version that’s getting a cool new feature: Google Wallet integration.
Wine Discovery App Drync Guzzles $2.1 Million, Arrives On iPad
Having a good wine and want to remember it later? A mobile app called Drync has proven handy in helping you do just that, by offering a simple way to “scan” the bottle in front of you in order to identify it, then mark it as a favorite so you can order it again or have it sent to your home. Now, the company has raised and additional $2.1 million in outside funding from Cross Link Ventures, Great Oaks Venture Capital, KEC Ventures and Foundry Group, the latter which led AngelList’s largest