Jumbo is a privacy assistant app for iOS, attempts to take the guesswork out of privacy settings.
Jumbo syncs up with your online accounts and scans your privacy settings to let you know which ones you should consider changing.
Jumbo Privacy was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in New York, New York.
Jumbo lets you delete and archive old tweets, Messenger conversations and old Facebook posts. The app can regularly scan your accounts and delete everything that is older than a certain threshold — it can be a month, a year or whatever you want.
Jumbo uses SpyCloud to tell you exactly what has been leaked in a data breach — your phone number, your email address, your password, your address, etc. Jumbo Plus lets you scan and archive your Instagram account, delete your Alexa voice recordings, manage your Reddit and Dropbox accounts and track more than one email address for data breaches.
Jumbo Pro lets you manage your LinkedIn account (and you know that LinkedIn’s privacy settings are a mess). You can also track more information as part of the data breach feature — your ID, your credit card number and your Social Security number. It also lets you activate a tracker blocker.
Jumbo Privacy is backed by Balderton Capital, NextView Ventures, Roger McNamee and others. The company raised $8M in Series A round on June 24, 2020. This brings Jumbo's total funding to $11.5M to date.