Crowdtilt Unveils Industry's First, Full-Featured Mobile Crowdfunding App

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Bangalore: Crowdtilt, the most versatile technology platform connecting people and payments for group purchases, experiences and causes, today unveiled the industry’s first, full-featured crowdfunding app for mobile devices, allowing people on the go to both start and contribute to crowdfunding campaigns directly from their mobile devices.



“A mobile application is a must for making crowdfunding open, accessible, and radically inclusive, and we believe the accessibility of a native mobile app will move crowdfunding from something you do a few times a year to a few times a week,” said James Beshara, co-founder and CEO of Crowdtilt. “The gap from where we are today to where we will be in the future in the world of crowdfunding is a technology gap, requiring different tools for different audiences, all with strides toward openness and accessibility. We’ve built our team and company around that philosophy, and a native mobile app is a huge step in that direction.”



The app is available for all iOS devices starting today from the Apple App StoreSM and, to Crowdtilt’s knowledge, is the only mobile app that lets you perform the below, all from your phone:



Quickly start, contribute to and/or manage campaigns on the go; spur-of-the-moment, everyday campaign ideas can be quickly brought to life through a gorgeous interface, completely customized for mobile



 Browse active campaigns, join, and follow your friends



 Immediately share your new campaigns and contributions with friends via email, Facebook, Twitter or text message (standard messaging rates apply)



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Source: Business Wire India
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