Spoofin, a video-based social networking app in India, has raised an undisclosed amount of bridge funding from existing backer Mumbai Angels Network. Five investors from the platform, which is one of India’s largest angel networks, had contributed to the round.
Founded in 2016 by Sahni, Vallari Bhardwaj, Swati Sharma and Mritunjay Sharma, Spoofin is a social networking app that allows people to create and share funny parody videos with others on the platform. The app, which users can also use to create memes and add voice-overs, also features a chat option.
CEO Nandini Mansinghka said:
“The video content startup scene is buzzing and we are looking forward to investing in this sector.”
In January this year, Spoofin had raised its first round of external funding from Mumbai Angels and other unnamed individual investors. The terms of the deal remain undisclosed.
The Spoofin app is available on the Android and Apple app stores.