InTouch App raises seed funding from Blume Ventures

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InTouch App, Pune based contact management app has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Blume Ventures.



Founded in 2012 by Sarang Lakare, InTouch App was incubated at Microsoft Accelerator Program. It is a contact management app which helps the smartphone users to backup all the contacts to the cloud and then sync them with all the owned devices.



Talking on the development, Karthik Reddy, Managing Partner at Blume Ventures stated that the team was tracking the journey of InTouch app for quite some time now. The team at Blume Ventures has been looking to support a team sharing a similar vision and InTouch perfectly fits that criteria.



InTouch lets the users create small teams and groups based on the friend circle or the common workplace and it helps people to network seamlessly and add relevant people to their contact list. It has over 2.5 million downloads and claims to be managing over 1.3 Billion contacts right now. It has got a widespread userbase in 190 countries including India, USA, Germany, UK etc.

The raised funding will be used to build better technology and capitalize on the userbase to expand in more markets. With the latest update, InTouch is working on building a private social network for the users where they can share the contact lists among the two or a group connected on the app.