MysteryVibe was founded by a group of Nokia, Philips, IBM and Deloitte researchers, engineers and designers. Inspired by trends in smartphones like Nokia Morph, the founders came up with the concept of making 'platform' vibrators that would conform to any shape of the body and vibrate to any pattern. They conducted their research for a number of years until the company was officially launched in May 2014, when they were incubated by Seymourpowell, an industrial design company based in London.
It launched its iOS app on the Apple App Store in December 2015 and its Android app on Google Play in September 2016. Its device, Crescendo, is said to be the first vibrator in the world that can be bent to conform to any shape of the body. Its second product was Tenuto, a men's wearable vibrator.