Arbit, a marketing, photo, and video mobile app, is now seeking expansion funds through Indiegogo and MicoVentures’ equity crowdfunding platform. Arbit describes itself as an app that combines social engagement with “powerful” analytics layer. It gives athletes, celebrities, and brands answers to any questions they may have through a side-by-side picture polling feature. It was also revealed that 100,000 downloads have been reported in just seven months, with an average of more than 16,500 downloads per month
“Users can craft polls that allow other users to vote for one of two images, providing valuable on-demand insight into trends and the preferences of followers. Since launching its public beta, the company gained over 100,000 downloads in the span of seven months.”
The app has notably been backed by four current and former NBA players Steve Blake, Anthony Tolliver, Caron Butler, and Ty Lawson. It also received a $100,000 investment from TEDCO and an invitation to join the 2017 Accelerate Baltimore program.
“With mobile devices, polls can better target key consumer segments in their most engagement moments, gain more immediate feedback, and give both businesses and individuals the real-time insights they need. Arbit, available on the App Store and Google Play Store, couples mobile polling with a social network-like platform. Used by both global brands and public figures, the app facilitates direct interactions between users such as sports stars, celebrities, and fans through its unique polling interface.”
Funds from the campaign will be used for the app’s continuous development. It is set to close later this fall.
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