After releasing its 250th app, Tel Aviv-based kids' app titan TabTale has announced that it's crossed the 300 million download milestone.
Founded in 2010, TabTale is not particularly well known in western publishing circles - although App Annie recently named it the seventh top publisher for the iPad.
In addition to iOS offerings, TabTale also releases its kid-focused apps for Android, Windows Phone, and Windows tablet devices.
From boutique to blockbuster
TabTale recently closed a $12.5 million Series B funding round led by Qualcomm Ventures and Magma Venture Partners. It has used this funding to secure new office space in Tel Aviv and will use the balance to fuel its growth in 2014 and beyond.
Speaking on the 300 million download milestone, co-founder and CEO Sagi Schliesser was understandably effusive but put a firm focus on follow-up.
"Since December 2012, we've grown from 20 million downloads to over 300 million. This 1,500% rise took us from boutique to blockbuster status and represents a momentous occasion in our company's history,"
"We aim to continue this aggressive growth through 2014 with the expansion of our publishing capabilities, licensing efforts, and development pipeline of great apps for kids and parents," Schliesser concluded.