Doing well so far given it is currently iOS7 only
Claiming to have the world’s first photo collaboration app, dubble, its producer is seeking to raise seed investment on Volpit. Having launched in beta form back in October 2013, dubble has amassed over 120,000 users. Plus 1.5 million ‘dubbles’ have been made in 187 different countries around the globe. That’s pretty impressive given the fact that currently it only available for Apple devices running iOS7. Obviously an Android version will soon be released, yet already between 30k and 40k people use dubble every month.
These above statistics are abacked by overwhelmingly positive reviews from the tech and photography (digital and analogue) communities as well as user-reviews in Apple’s iTunes App Store.
“dubble is all about connecting through photos and linking diverse locations,” said Adam Scott, Dubble Me Ltd’s CEO.
“Crowdfunding is an incredible way to reach many new people and a great way to send our pitch and video to investors as well.”
He continued, “Anyone can invest and we love this concept, we have so many passionate users who can decide if they want to be part of our future either as a user, an investor or both!”
Patrick O’Flaherty, CEO with Volpit commented, “We are excited to support dubble in their search for the right investors. We are always working hard to attract game-changing startups to the platform.”
Dubble’s ambition is to tap into the social and creative potential of multiple-exposure digital blending – using cameraphones, with a completely random person.
Dubble’s aim is to become the most exciting collaborative photography community in the world.
Dubble is currently hoping to raise £300,000 to fine-tune the current iOS version and release an Android version in the near future.
Additionally, it will be looking to introduce print and other revenue streams, plus develop a stronger web platform.
With over 1,500 startups and investors on the platform, over 1,000 are expected to join in the upcoming months. Volpit is on a mission to raise £4.5 million for SMEs in its first year.
The good news is that dubble is also keen to add a community of marketing warriors to its team.