Today in Berlin: News for Men, Photographers, Stores, and Food Lovers

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Thursday. Here’s what happened today:

For Photographers

EyeEm launches update

With a photo stripe to take multiple shots, larger pictures on the camera roll, and three levels of exposure, EyeEm introduces a quite stunning update for its iOS app. In addition to that, the Berlin-based startup also adjusted to the new iOS8 features.

Users can reply to comment, follow a friend who just joined the photo community platform, or summit pictures to new missions directly from the notification. Find out more on features and details on


For Men

More products

Mornin’ Glory announced today that it is officially opening what it claims is the first German one-stop-shop for all shaving products. The Berlin-based startup founded by Fabio Paltenghi and Nicolas Stoetter originally focused on delivering monthly refills on razor blades. Read more


For better food

HelloFresh rolls out its service nationwide in the U.S. and asks for fast food receipts

The food box delivery service HelloFresh asks U.S. customers to send in up to $50 of fast food receipts from the past year to get that price deducted from the first package of meals. Read more on HelloFresh


For Stores

Retail Analytics Startup 42reports receives Seven digit Euro investment

Tengelmann Ventures and IBB Beteiligungsgeschaft’s VC fund Technologie Berlin invested a seven digit Euro investment in Berlin-based retail analytics startup 42reports. Read more



Image: Felicitas Hackmann