Woodland Hills, Calif. – Nevolution, the developer of an app
store for Windows mobile device users, has raised $450,000 in angel funding.

Investors included Don Walerstein and Bradley Maryman.

Woodland Hills,
Calif.-based Nevolution is currently in closed beta testing of its Avenue
Windows App Store service, which will offer applications for Windows-based PCs,
networks, tablets and other devices.

The company said it had developed a
hardware profiling feature that matches titles in its store with a user’s
hardware and operating system.


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