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The Hunt Launches On Android, Welcomes Its Millions Of Users To Global Community Of 'Personal Shoppers'

The photo-driven mobile shopping experience, backed by Ashton Kutcher and Tyra Banks, also announces latest stats

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hunt (, a community that hunts down outfits and items for each other, is announcing today that it's available on Android with a new design and features that will dramatically improve the user experience.

The closest thing to having your own personal shopper and stylist at your fingertips, The Hunt app lets anyone tap into its community of more than 3 million members by posting a picture of a look or item they want and asking fellow members help find it in the desired size, fit and price. Home to more than 5 million hunts since its 2013 launch – of which 55-60 percent are solved within 24 hours – The Hunt now offers to the billion plus Android users that same convenience enjoyed by those who use its iOS app.

The new Android app is based on Google's Material Design framework to offer a clean, responsive and easy-to-use update of The Hunt, with notable elements including:  

  • New user interface design that emphasizes the community and their hunts
  • New user experience that turns The Hunt into more of a shopping game by enabling users to "upvote" the proposed answers of each hunt – thus enabling a reputation system for expert Hunt solvers to show off their skills and allowing the best answers to get more visibility
  • Enhanced "tag" filters to better find what you're looking for or to find the Hunts you want to solve

"The Hunt is a community-powered shopping experience that is reinventing what it means to discover trends, find outfits and consider what items to buy," said Tim Weingarten, CEO and co-founder of The Hunt. "Now, Android users can use our app with our improved design and rewarding new features to enjoy an empowering new approach to shopping that solves the increasingly frustrating experience of wanting to get the look from a photo seen online."

The Hunt is available on Android for free from Google Play:

And for the iOS app for free from the App Store at:

The Hunt is the first community-driven online shopping experience that makes it easy and fun to shop for the things you see in photos and on sites like Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr. The Hunt is an evolution in online shopping and solves shoppers' foremost pain point when browsing these sites: where to purchase this item, where to find something similar to or less expensive than that item and how to style it. Based in San Francisco and co-founded by tech entrepreneurs Tim Weingarten and Simon Peck, the company is an early-stage start-up that has raised $15 million in funding led by Khosla Ventures and Javelin Venture Partners. Distinguished investors in the company include fashion icon Tyra Banks, actor and investor Ashton Kutcher and partner Guy Oseary, Co-founders of AGR-ade Investments, Rohan Oza, former Chief Marketing Officer of Coca-Cola Company's still coke brands and founder of Idea Merchants Capital, RedOne, the Grammy winning producer behind Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, Keli Lee, EVP of Casting for ABC Entertainment Group and Anjula Acharia-Bath, CEO of A-Series Entertainment, among others. For more information, please visit

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