Dexetra raises over $1 million from Sequoia and Qualcomm

In Deal Flow by NextBigWhat

dexetra.jpgSequoia Capital and Qualcomm ventures have invested over $1 million in Dexetra, the company which made contextual personal search app Friday for Android. The company confirmed the funding to TechCrunch. NextBigWhat had reported on the deal last November.

The Bangalore based startup recently announced integration of its 2 successful product – Iris and Friday. Iris is like the Siri for Android. The company which recently moved to the US, claims 120,000 users for its app. It raised funding from One97 Mobility fund earlier.

Iris has server over 250 million answers through the platform and Friday boasts of over 100 million documents to the Friday cloud. The Friday app keeps a record of the locations you have visited, the music you listen to, new contacts you add, calendar entries and various other things you do on your phone and makes it easier for you search and retrieve these instances stored on your phone.