Triller, the World’s Fastest-Growing Music Video App, Launches on Android

Building on the runaway success of the revolutionary Triller music video app, mobile developers David Leiberman and Sammy Rubin, in partnership with VMA-winning music video director Colin Tilley, have announced the launch of Triller for Android. Triller has seen massive traction on the App Store since its July 2015 launch – over one million monthly active unique users, hit #2 in category in the US – and Leiberman, Rubin, and Tilley expect a strong…

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Mobile App Marketing Strategies for 2016

Mobile apps have become a daily necessity. Research by Internet analytics company ComScore reports there are currently more mobile-only Internet users than desktop-only internet users, and mobile apps usage makes up a staggering 50 percent of digital spending. The rapid trend, combined with almost 1,800 new iOS apps being released each day, businesses are now turning their efforts towards the…

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Timebox Launches a New Photo And Video Organizer App

Pepper Networks, LLC, the developer of Timebox, a photo and video organizing app designed specifically for the Apple iPhone and iPad running iOS 9, today announced immediate availability of the newly updated Timebox 3.0 on the App Store for $4.99. Having incorporated feedback from existing customers, the updated Timebox 3.0 is an elegant and sophisticated app that automatically organizes all…

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Apptuto Raises $500,000 Funding Round

Financial education platform Apptuto has raised $500,000 in angel funding, led by 500 Startups, to reinvent how professionals prepare for strenuous and demanding accreditation exams. The round also included strategic angel investors from the US, Europe, and United Arab Emirates, including Michael Staton, a Partner at Learn Capital, and executives from Google, HSBC, Macquarie Bank, Delta Partners Group, and Roland…

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A New Mobile Game from Classmates

Classmates, the online social network devoted to bringing high school classes together, today announced the release of CelebHigh, a mobile trivia app for people who want to test their celebrity smarts. The app, which is Classmates’ first foray into the mobile game space, challenges players to identify famous celebrities based on their high school yearbook photo. “As the largest online…

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