An early version of AppCost has raised more than $10 million in venture capital funding.
The company, which has a mobile app that allows users to upload their photo and upload their phone number, says it will be launching its next version on June 1.
The new version will allow users to submit their own custom images to the app, which can then be used to create an augmented reality experience.
A team of engineers built the new version for the first time, and they are currently working to polish it, said Steve Guggenheim, co-founder and CEO of Appcrowd.
The app has been downloaded more than 10 million times.
AppCork has made its money from its business of creating augmented reality experiences.
The application lets users upload their own photos and submit them to the AppCrust app.
Once they’ve submitted the photos, they can create an experience with an avatar that can be viewed on their phone or computer.
It can also be viewed by people sitting at a computer or on their TV, and people using augmented reality headsets such as the Oculus Rift.
Appcrust also offers other applications that can help people interact with augmented reality apps, such as a game called “Golf Ball” that lets users score golf balls in real life.
Gugge said the app is still in the early stages of development, and that there are more than a dozen teams working on it.
He also said the company has not yet started selling any products or services to consumers.
“We’re working on a whole bunch of things,” Gugger said.
“The core of the app has not been created yet, but we’re pretty close.
We’re pretty confident we’re going to be a billion-dollar company by the time we get to launch it.”
Gugglings previous venture, a web app called Snapshot, has raised $12 million.
In a statement, Appcork said it’s “extremely proud” of the work it has done with Snapshot and the company’s future.
The announcement of a billion dollar company is a major milestone in the history of the world of augmented reality, Guggens company said in a statement.
App cork will be a major part of that future.