Scribble Chat, the interesting and innovative messaging app with 3D animated emojis has raised $2.75 million. Launched earlier this year the app already has over 1 million of the users and raised the fund to boost up its growth.
The funding round was led by VC funds Broadway Angels, The Perkins Fund, BBG Ventures, Halogen Ventures and Golden Seeds Angels, along with the center of attention actor Benedict Cumberbatch. ScribbleChat ended the round by collecting $2.75 million into its bag.
With the aim of conveying more specific tone, emotions, and sentiments while chatting the app lets the users send emojis with ‘handwritten’ text, interactive 3D animations, and emojis. The app is available through the integration of social media and messaging apps such as Facebook, Kik, and iMessage for iOS users. However, the app is planning to integrate with other social media giants in coming time.
“We’re seeing amazing advancements in the tech and messaging community, and we’re thrilled to help drive the space forward. But even with the ability to add emotional expression to messages, people still demand much more personalization through messaging apps” said by Eloiuse Bune, CEO and co-founder of ScribbleChat.
The recently acquired funding will help the company to invest more capital in the company’s growth. ScribbleChat also shares that it is planning to continue releasing more end-user features, developer capabilities and to integrate the app with the big social networking and messaging platforms. The funding amount will also enable the company to acquire more technical sources that will help to add more features to the app.
ScribbleChat is also planning to launch an app for the Android platform along with more upgrades including, a large number of new animations, in-app purchases for the premium effects, support for more languages and in-app recording of the chat to playback the conversation anytime.
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