In the first two weeks of January, Metatron’s app division
i-Mobilize has released 68 new apps, on track to reach its production goal of 100
plus apps per month. Currently i-Mobilize has 1,200 apps for sale on iTunes.
Increasing revenues and downloads indicate a growing demand for apps created by
i-Mobilize.

Although there is no assurance that increased sales revenues will continue, the
company believes app demand will remain strong due to rising sales of mobile
devices.

Our apps include high profile content from thousands of licensed books, music,
audiobooks and movies from all categories.

According to estimates by Gartner, the global app market brought in $4 billion
last year, and will skyrocket to $27 billion in 2013.

One of the few publicly traded App companies, Metatron, through its division
i-Mobilize, is expected to release some of its best-selling apps on the Android
platform next month, and is planning to create content rich “App stores” on all
major platforms.

These App Stores will include subscriptions, streaming, rentals, and download
purchases of apps/movies/audiobooks/music/games and books.

Once a customer pays for content on the i-Mobilize system they will be able to
use it on any device they own, which we call Platform Transcendence.

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developments affecting the business, prospects, financial condition and other
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popularity of the iOS operating system, general market and economic conditions,
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reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, we cannot guarantee
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