Brewster, the relationship-centric iOS address book app that went live in the U.S. in July with some fanfare (and a little controversy for good measure), is picking up some more steam. On the heels of an app update earlier this month, this week it is launching across Europe, available for the first time in iOS App Stores across the region.
Steve Greenwood, Brewster’s founder and CEO, says the decision to launch in Europe only after, and not alongside, the U.S. was because he wanted to make sure the app could handle increased demand. That probably turned out to be the right decision. With glowing articles in the New York Times, Brewster investor Fred Wilson and others, the app saw a rush of interest in downloads that went “way beyond” what Brewster had expected, although Greenwood says he’s not ready to share any numbers on how much it’s being used.
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