Aviary’s photo API passes 3B edits across 3,500 apps with 35M MAUs, not including Twitter

Aviary’s photo API passes 3B edits across 3,500 apps with 35M MAUs, not including Twitter

NYC-based Aviary, the photo editing API which wants to power every mobile photo app on the planet, has kept quite busy since passing the 1 billion photos milestone back in Septemeber. Now, the company is announcing it has passed 3 billion total photos edited, 2 million of which occurred over the past six months.

This news follows a¬†series of major partnerships with the likes of¬†Yahoo,¬†Photobucket, Walgreens¬†and¬†Twitter¬†‚ÄĒ it‚Äôs noteworthy, however, that none of these stats include data from the company‚Äôs Twitter integration.¬†In addition, Aviary shares that its API is now¬†in use in¬†over 3,500 apps, 1,000 of which were added in the past three months, and it currently has 35 million¬†monthly active¬†users.

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We‚Äôve followed Aviary closely over the past 18 months, from the launch of its Windows Phone SDK¬†and the release of its own iOS and Android apps to its partnership with Mixi and Filepicker.io. We have also attended every one of its Photo Hack Days¬†(an image-focused hackathon)¬†‚ÄĒ the fourth of which has just been announced, and will be held on the weekend of¬†April 6th at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park.

In celebration the company has charted its growth, which we have included below:

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For more on Photo Hack Day #4, head here.

Featured image by Barry Skeates

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