Mobile Messaging App VideoSelfie Raises $950K in Funding Round
VideoSelfie, a mobile messaging app, just gained $950,000 in its second seeding funding round on October 31.
Nao Tokui and Oscar Yasser Noriega founded VideoSelfie in May 2013. The app used to go by the name Unda, which centered on basic video messaging. Now, VideoSelfie has shifted its focus to recording, editing, and “decorating” videos using filters, face tracking, music, and the ability to alter animation speeds.
Investors in VideoSelfie include 500 Startups, CyberAgent Ventures, KLab Ventures, and East Ventures. The initial seed funding round, back in May 2013, got the company $50,000 from a single investor, 500 Startups.
VideoSelfie is headquartered in Mountain View, California.Tags: 500 Startups, cyberagent ventures, east ventures, funding round, klab ventures, Mobile Apps, Startups, unda, videoselfie