What happens when your app manages to attract Woz as a fan, Mark Cuban as an investor, Stephen Fry to help launch, and you’re featured by Apple and Google in its respective app stores?
A shed load of downloads, that’s what.
In the case of Dublin-based Soundwave, the music discovery app that tracks the listening habits of you, your friends and other users you follow, we’re talking over 165,000 downloads in just shy of two-and-a-half weeks. However, perhaps the more interesting story is what the startup could do with all of the listening data its amassing should that traction continue.
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