Nevolution Gets $450K For Windows App Store

Woodland Hills-based Nevolution said today that it has raised $450,000 in an angel investment round, for the development of its Windows App Store. Nevolution said the round was led by Don Walerstein, founding partner of entertainment law firm Rohner & Walerstein, and also included Bradley Maryman, founder and president of international security and technical consulting firm Maryman & Associates. Nevolution is developing an application store focused on Windows PC software. The company is headed by Matt Smith. More information »