Tiny, Owner of Dribbble, Acquires Majority Stake in Castro Podcast App

Tiny, Owner of Dribbble, Acquires Majority Stake in Castro Podcast App

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Tiny, the company that owns Dribbble and Flow, has acquired a majority stake in the popular Castro podcast app.

Supertop announced the acquisition today.

Castro has reached a size where the demands of running the business have been pulling us in too many different directions. We haven’t been able to focus as much on the core work of designing and building a product. Selling to Tiny gets Castro access to more resources, contacts and expertise. By growing the team we can specialize our roles to be more focused individually and get more done collectively. We can get back to what we’re good at and what we love doing.

Users will be happy to learn that work has already started on Castro 4.

The plan is to improve the design to bring more listeners into the Castro flow. We’re excited, because for the first time in five years of work on Castro, we’ll have the resources to focus exclusively on it as product designers and developers, without contract work to distract us, and with a team around us to handle the administrative tasks.

More details about the acquisition here. You can download Castro Podcasts from the App Store for free.

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