AppVirality Raises Its First Round of Funds

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Do you all sense a change in our voice? Well, we’re very sure that you have. The last few weeks were extremely crazy at AppVirality HQ and yes we are still recuperating from our joy of being funded, and that’s the reason for this delayed post. So yeah, hurray!

AppVirality’s current pool of investors include Rajan Anandan (Google India), Mike Galgon( Co-Founder-aQuantative), Ashim Mehra (Baron Capital), Mohit Saxena (InMobi), Ravi Gururaj (Nasscom) along with India Internet Group and TNN Capital.

We plan to use these funds to further develop the product, alongside hiring a few more crazy folks, who share the same passion as ours (so keep a watch on this space).

We are on a mission

Considering that we are planning to expand our product suite by May, 2015, we are all geared up. Yes, we truly are on a mission! At the moment we offer two awesome growth techniques, that will catapult user engagement and app downloads for your app.

We’ve recently launched Personalized In-App Referrals, growth technique that helps you run in-app referrals to amplify your app installs and engagement .The AppVirality dashboard is extremally simple and marketers can login and choose growth techniques on a fly, without any coding!

Here’s a quick video of In-App Referrals

With so much happening in the mobile arena, we are glad that AppVirality is here to make a difference.

Couldn’t Have Been Possible Without You All

Yeah, we have said it enough, but sometimes enough is not enough, right? So a big thank you to our investors, our mentors and clients and of course, an amazing team that has stood by us.

AppVirality is open to marketers globally, so what are you thinking? Get in touch with us now. Drop us  a line at >

Together, let’s growth hack and achieve many more milestones.

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Laxman Papineni

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Co-founder at - Growth Hacking Toolkit for Mobile Apps, that helps businesses to identify and implement right growth hacks with no coding required.