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\nPersonalized nail art is an 8.5 billion dollar market, yet the millions who search for and post images of nail art often lack the skills, materials, and time to create manicure masterpieces. The Senior iOS Developer at NailSnaps will help us connect a global network of nail art lovers to create, share and buy custom nail wraps designed from their own photos. You will have a critical role in evolving our platform to serve our growing audience.\n\nPAY + PERKS.\n\nSalary with options – Compensation and stock options are set based on your experience. You are joining a team at an early stage which means you will have a critical role in evolving the product and the opportunity to help us build and lead the development team.\n\nFlexible time – NailSnaps aims to foster delight for our customers and that means starting with a happy team at the foundation. We offer a very friendly work environment with flexible time and remote working options so you can achieve real work/life balance.\n\nUnlimited free manis – We want to work with developers who understand the hassle of trying to paint their own nails, who have inhaled noxious fumes at the nail salon, and have seen the damage done by gels. All your NailSnaps nail art is free so that you can understand on a visceral level the problems we’re solving.


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