Tokyo-based photo storage service startup Bitcellar today announced it has acquired FxCamera, the biggest camera app on Android phones at the moment: according to the company, FxCamera currently boasts 15 million registered users around the world. Details of the deal weren’t disclosed.
Morifumi Yamashita, who single-handedly developed the app, has joined Bitcellar’s board and plans to continue to work on FxCamera. In a “reverse Instagram distribution strategy”, FxCamera on iOS is apparently to follow soon. ...
AsiaJin 4/11/2012 [en]
- Bitcellar was founded in 2011 and its photo storage service has not yet launched. It is a very good deal for the pre-launched photo storage service to acquire 15 million users at once.