Color App Launches With 41 Million in Startup Funding

Color App Launches With 41 Million in Startup Funding

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Color is a new app for iOS and Android devices from Lala founder Bill Nguyen. The startup is launching with $41 million in pre-launch funding from Sequoia Capital, Bain Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank.

TechCrunch notes that while Color may seem like just another photo sharing app the beauty of Color stems from what it's doing differently. Unlike Instagram and Path, there isn't an explicit friend or following system — you don't browse through lists of contacts and start following their photo stream. Instead, all social connections in the application are dynamic and established on-the-fly depending on whom you're hanging out with. And your photos are shared with everyone in the vicinity. In some senses this is the Twitter of photo apps — it's all public, all the time

Description:
Color is a group camera for recording photos and videos from multiple iPhones for sharing with everyone around you. Take pictures simultaneously with different iPhones and iPod Touches into a single group album. Albums are open to everyone to share. Built-in SMS and text messaging keeps the conversation going. No email attachments. No logins. No friending. Being social and sharing has never been easier, more real or more fun.

You can download Color from the App Store for free.

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Color App Launches With 41 Million in Startup FundingColor App Launches With 41 Million in Startup Funding

Color App Launches With 41 Million in Startup Funding

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