These Indian start ups got funded by Facebook through FBStart

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To aid the start ups dealing in tech arena, Facebook has launched FBStart two years back. This programme assures mobile developers all over the world access to free tools and services that could help them grow their companies.

Of the $50 million in benefits the company distributed to to Asia Pacific start ups, $20 million went to mobile apps in India.

India has the largest Facebook international developer community of any other region in the world. More than 75 percent of top-grossing apps in India are integrated with Facebook.

FbStart provides year-round support from Facebook product experts, an exclusive community of global start ups, and up to $80,000 (more than Rs 50 lakhs) in free tools and services from premier partners. Any developer who has launched a working mobile app in the Apple or Google Play app stores is eligible to apply for FbStart.

In India, as the nomination process in on, Facebook has shortlisted quite some start ups as of now to invest.

Here we list out 6 start ups, who have already been selected eligible for FBStart.
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