Wellesley startup Shuttersong gets $500K more for musical app

ShuttersongShuttersong, the iPhone app that lets you easily match a photo with music, has added $500K to its coffers, bringing the total to $2.2 million. The fresh funding, from former Accenture partner Gil Anderson, will fuel expansion of the technology for use by brands and digital agencies. Wellesley marketing veteran William Agush launched Shuttersong last year.

Here’s a Shuttersong we did of the Charles River in Wellesley last year when we first wrote about this company:

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