A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launch.

Golden: Volunteering app Golden has launched on iOS. The app helps match users with volunteer opportunities according to their interests. The app lists 3,500 volunteering opportunities within 20 miles of downtown Los Angeles.

ZoneTV: Santa Monica’s ZoneTV, a maker of cable TV set-top box apps, has launched an app named Le Gourmet TV. The app has hundreds of recipes for cocktails, appetizers, side dishes, main courses, breakfast entrees, baked goods and desserts.

Flipagram: Popular photo and video-editing app Flipagram of Century City has launched expanded videos. The videos will now last up to 60 seconds, significantly longer than competitor Instagram.

Soteria: Beverly Hills’ Soteria Intelligence has launched a pilot social media threat-monitoring program for schools. Using online tools and law enforcement expertise, Soteria will monitor potential threats to schools in Los Angeles.

Beachbody: Santa Monica fitness video producer Beachbody has launched an Apple TV app. The Beachbody On Demand app is a $3 a week subscription service that gives customers access to a library of instructional fitness videos, including P90X and Insanity.

Precipice Labs: Mobile app studio Precipice Labs of Hermosa Beach has launched a photo-sharing kit. The new platform will help mobile app developers add photo sharing features to any mobile app.

Technology reporter Garrett Reim can be reached at greim@labusinessjournal.com. Follow him on Twitter @garrettreim for the latest in L.A. tech news.

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