Cartoon avatar creation software isn’t new, and to many including me it’s a hit-driven business like gaming. But today, some Chinese developers and their investors believe mobile-based cartoon avatar business can have a long-term success.

MomentCam and MYOTee are among them. Their confidence seems to come from their current popularity in both domestic and overseas markets, investors and a future envisioned in new plans.

In a similar way, the two apps gained much traction in a short period of time in China and then in some overseas markets. With both being launched in 2013, MomentCam’s first version came out several months earlier than MYOTee’s. Both apps enable sharing cartoon avatars created onto mainstream social networks.

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Tracey Xiang

Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com