The app, for those unfamiliar, is a simple service that lets you look back on what happened on this day last year, and the year prior, and so on. It’s a “this day in history” kind of thing, but only for your own content.
The company last summer raised another $3 million in funding led by existing investor Spark Capital, to help it build the new Android version.
To date, the iOS app has topped over a million downloads, and sees a highly engaged user base, 40% of whom open the app every day, says Timehop founder Jonathan Wegener. He declined to share growth numbers, but notes also that the app is in the Top…
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