Shareable Apps, a Melbourne, Australia-based app development and distribution platform, completed an AUD$3.5m Series A funding round.
Backers included Australian investors Thorney Group and Gleneagles Securities.
Founded in late 2013 by Adam Friedman, CEO, Shareable Apps provides a mobile app development and distribution platform – powered by Adapptr™ – that allows users to build and share their own apps to all devices, across all platforms, with no need of complex development and long lead cycles.
The platform enables retailers and businesses across all industries, publishers, broadcasters, government, retail chains, universities, agencies, community groups and charities to reach their target markets via downloadable and shareable apps.
The company, which had raised $1.6m in seed funding in 2013, already works with major brands including BBC, Universal Music Group, Clearasil, etc.
It has US offices in Los Angeles, NYC, and San Francisco.