MakeApp Founder: 'Media Tried to Trample Us But Only Helped Us Reach Out to 1M Users & Make Money'Chris Menahan
Nov. 28, 2017
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MakeApp founder Ashot Gabrelyanov said Tuesday that despite being called a "white supremacist," "misogynist" and "Putin's spy" by the US media his makeup removing app has been a smashing success.
From Gabrelyanov's Medium, "Media tried to trample us but only helped us reach out to 1,000,000 users and make money":
All our Russian team members voted in favor of launching this experiment. Only one team member, Pir, my close friend and a US citizen, was against it.Gabrelyanov said MakeApp received rave reviews in Japan, South Korea, and China and got positive coverage in their media.
"Asia loves us!" Gabrelyanov's skeptical American friend told him.
Coverage from the lying media in the US was just the opposite.
Our happiness knew no bounds! Everyone was thrilled! Everything went great.Gabrelyanov said the rest of the media just ran with Business Insider's BS story without doing any fact checking of Ghosh's ridiculous claims.
Fortunately, their propaganda blitz backfired.
"It was their sensationalist fluff that helped us acquire over 200,000 new installations and top the US App Store ratings over the course of five days of hype," Gabrelyanov said. "Besides giving us their appreciation, our grateful users also support the project financially. We began to earn thousands of dollars per day."
Gabrelyanov said his company is releasing a new version of MakeApp for iOS users which allows for makeup removal in real-time.
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