Dec 18, 2012

[The Next Web] Japanese phone optimization startup Fuller grabs $1.2m from m8 Capital and ASAHI Net

Fuller, the mobile optimization startup based in Japan has nailed down 100 million Yen ($1.2m) in a seed funding. The round was led by the UK’s m8 Capital and ASAHI Net, the Japanese Internet and cloud service provider. 
Fuller, describes itself as ‘a next-generation mobile software development company and was established in November 2011. The company’s founders met at the University of Tsukuba, and the firm now boasts an all-star team of Japan’s leading young developers. 
Using the cash injection, Fuller will continue to work on rethinking ways to deal with mobile utilities. In other words, the firm finds ways to make phones faster, smarter and easier to use. At the moment, the company is working on optimization technology which will be launched as an Android app outside of Japan in early 2013. 
The app is already in use in Japan and it helps users to monitor and improve the ‘health’ of their phone (battery life etc) using an avatar-based UI.
The Next Web 12/17/2012 [en]

  • It is very rare that a Japanese startup raises capital from UK's venture capital. Its app to be launched soon, AppQuarium allows users to kill unused tasks and to uninstall unused apps using gamification feature, raising fish.

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