Corona Labs Inc., formerly Ansca Mobile, is a California software company building a 2D game and app development platform. Its main offering is the Corona SDK, a cross-platform mobile development framework that builds native apps for iOS, Android, Kindle, Windows Phone, tvOS, Android TV and Mac and Windows desktop from a single code base. Corona Labs is based in Palo Alto, CA and is owned by Perk.com Inc. Corona Labs was founded as Ansca Mobile in 2008 by Carlos Icaza, previously the manager for such projects as Adobes Flash Lite, Flash Mobile Authoring, Flash Cast and Adobe Illustrator, and Walter Luh, a lead architect in Adobes Flash Lite team. In late 2009, Ansca secured $1 Million in Series A funding from Merus Capital, a venture capital firm founded by former Google and Microsoft executives. In December 2009, Ansca released the first version Corona SDK, initially supporting iOS. In April 2010, they expanded support for the Android operating system. In 2011 Corona began supporting development for Amazons Kindle Fire and the Barnes & Noble Nook.