Category Archives: Mobile Photo Connect

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Third-party photo apps edging to new frontiers

Native smartphone camera apps – those provided by Apple and hardware manufacturers on their respective phones – now do much more than enable basic camera functions. They include features such as HDR, burst, dual focus/exposure points, exposure compensation and panoramic image capture that were once the exclusive domain, and the main value proposition, of third party camera apps. While this might appear to doom prospects for these third party camera apps Reinventing the Camera App Market, the latest study from mobile photography research firm Suite 48…

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10 Questions to a founder : PicsArt

The world of  photo apps is a crowded place.  With thousands of different photo-taking/editing/sharing apps to choose from and more being launched every day, it is a surprise when any of them break off from the pack and gather a strong following. 3 years old  PicsArt is part of that privileged group, gaining impressive traction and recently raising in the process back to back significant funding. While its co-founder Hovhannes Avoyan is no stranger to successful company building, we wanted to learn more about the…

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Case study dives into revenue models for mobile photography apps

Making money from photo apps is still more art than science, according to a new study by Suite 48 Analytics. Even when their user demographics and use cases are similar, photo app developers differ greatly in how they monetize their apps, reflecting differences in legacy business models, financial resources, or strategic goals. The Monetizing Photo Apps case study analyzes how four prominent software developers monetize their popular portrait-enhancement apps: Lightrick’s Facetune, ArcSoft’s Perfect365, CyberLink’s YouCam Perfect and YouCam Makeup, and Athentech’s . All four have…

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Mobile Photo Connect announces all-star speaker lineup for third annual conference

Suite 48 Analytics, organizers of the annual Mobile Photo Connect conference, today announced that this year’s conference will be held September 29 at a new and larger venue, the Golden Gate Club in San Francisco’s Presidio Park. Mobile Photo Connect brings together entrepreneurs, investors and senior executives active in the global mobile photo and video ecosystem. This year the conference will take a deep dive into the driving forces behind today’s unprecedented surge in mobile imaging and visual communication, featuring panel discussions on opportunities to:…

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