Estonian app-testing startup receives $6.25 million from investors ({{commentsTotal}})

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Testlio, an Estonian startup offering a testing service for new apps, has received a total of $6.25 million in investments.

Key investors included Silicon Valley firms Altos Ventures and Vertex Ventures, reported ETV’s nightly news broadcast “Aktuaalne kaamera.”

Testlio confirmed that this cash injection would allow for them to expand in both Estonia and the United States, as well as dedicate more capital to marketing.

According to their website, Testlio “is a test case management service that tests your app against a community of expert software testers.”

Editor: Editor: Aili Sarapik



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