Based in Japan and India. Has led to 1 successful fundraise in Japan. Been working the space of Venture Capital and Private Equity for the last 3 years.

A graduated Y Combinator company offering an iOS-Android app conversion platform has received $5 million to continue to grow.

Apportable, based in San Francisco, received the investment from Initialized Capital, Danhua Capital, and Y Combinator, as well as Jerry Yang and Alexis Ohanian, according to numerous published reports. Recently, the company released a complete game production suite called SpriteBuilder, and Apportable-powered games that routinely top Android’s top-rated paid game downloads.

Apportable is a software platform that automatically converts iOS games to Android without changing the original code. Its built-in apps dominate all Android sales/download sites. The ultimate goal of the company is to enable developers to work across all mobile platforms without compromising quality or performance.

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