EyeEm is a free photo sharing mobile app for iPhone and Android. EyeEm allows users to take and edit photos using filters and frames, then share them on their own website via email or social networks. “Google Play has played a major part in helping EyeEm spread so quickly,” says CTO and Co-founder Ramzi Rizk. “We’re now established in 150 countries – and in Brazil and the USA, we’re among the market leaders in the mobile app sector.” To date, more than 15 million photographers – over 50% of whom are Android users – have downloaded EyeEm and can now share their images with an extensive worldwide community of photographers. They can also use this platform to licence their work, thereby converting their passion for photography into money. Distributing the app via Google Play is a virtually automatic process – which, for a young and constantly growing company like EyeEm, carries another extremely important advantage: “We’re expanding at a phenomenal rate, but thanks to Google Play, we still have the capacity to focus on developing new technologies,” says Rizk. “And that means we’re able to keep improving the service we provide.”
Google Play has played a major part in helping EyeEm spread so quickly.Ramzi Rizk, CTO and Co-Founder, EyeEm
Thanks to Google Play, more than 7.5 million Android users have edited and shared their photos using EyeEm’s innovative photo editing app.