Doctor on Demand, a virtual doctor service, has raised $21 million in a Series A round led by Venrock. Shasta Ventures and angel investor Sir Richard Branson also participated. The company, which allows doctors to conduct video visits with their patients, will use the new funds for growth and hiring new staff. Doctor on Demand also announced that the service is now available on desktop computers as well as tablets and phones.
Kiwi Inc. a mobile gaming company, has closed a $15 million Series B round led by Northgate Capital with participation from DFJ and Sequoia Capital. The company has now raised a total of $21 million to date. Kiwi will use the latest funds to invest in its next generation of mobile gaming titles, which are cross-platform. “Our early focus in the rapidly growing Android ecosystem has allowed us to build top free-to-play mobile games on Google Play and develop tools that we are making available broadly to benefit all developers,” said Omar Siddiqui, CEO of Kiwi.
Invision, a designer tool, has raised $21 million in Series B funding, in a round led by Tiger Global Management and FirstMark Capital. The company’s allows designers to build app prototypes without the need for back-end engineering. Invision has raised a total of $34 million to date.
Data protections company Druva has raised $25 million in Series D funding, in a round led by Sequoia Capital. Nexus Venture Partners and Tenaya Capital also participated. The latest funding comes ten months after the same investors committed $25 million in a Series C round. To date the Sunnyvale, California-based company has raised $67 million since it was launched in 2008. Druva’s protection solution is used on 2.8 million devices across 76 countries, according to a company press release.