Wednesday, November 4, 2009

MobileAppWorks launches apps developed for iPhone and smartphone platforms

SAN JOSE, USA: MobileAppWorks, a developer of applications for iPhones and Smart Phone platforms, has launched seven mobile applications for the iPhone/iPod touch.

The applications, which can be viewed on the company’'s website, are available for sale in the Apple iTunes App store. The list of applications includes an e-book version of A Mini Course for Life; mobile eCard apps - Car Part Art, Cats Rule, and Photo eCards; trivia game Trivya Lite; and fishing and hunting videos from The American Outdoorsman. The company is also creating applications for the Blackberry, Palm, Windows and Android platforms.

“We continue to be very excited about the opportunities in the mobile apps space,” said CEO, Chris Stocker. “With over 85,000+ applications already available for the iPhone/iPod touch alone and 2 billion downloads, it takes a savvy group of professionals to help companies navigate this dynamic, new landscape.

“We'’ve assembled a veteran team of programmers, web developers, graphic designers, and advertising pros to do just that. From app creation, to targeting and marketing, our goal is to help companies and brands take full advantage of today’s mobile device capabilities to engage their target audiences.”

MobileAppWorks has a full pipeline of apps in development, which will be launched in the next few weeks, encompassing an assortment of categories – eBooks, games, travel, culinary arts, and entertainment.

“We'’ve hit the ground running and there’s more to come,” said Stocker. “Stay tuned…”

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