The first 17 days of January 2011 Metatron’s App division i-Mobilize iPhone/iPad revenues increased about 85% month over month to $30, 715, as compared to the first 17 days of December 2010 which was $16,237, and 950% increase compared to the same time last year ($3,172).

Although there is no assurance revenues will continue to grow, the company believes the increase is due to the rising popularity of mobile devices and the apps in general, as well as I-mobilize’s expanding portfolio of apps.

One of the only publicly traded app companies, Metatron’s app division i-Mobilize is expected to release 100+ apps monthly on iTunes adding to one of the largest app portfolios of any company(1200), and begin Android app deployment next month with Blackberry following soon afterwards.

The company recently announced the planned creation of App stores containing thousands of already licensed movie, book, videos, and audiobook titles for most major platforms.

Metatron was the  first to coin the industry catch phrase “Platform Transcendence”.

The philosophy behind the “Platform Transcendence” is to allow customers to purchase content anywhere and play it on any device, not be locked into various platforms as they are now with most current digital distribution systems.

Freedom, flexibility and fair pricing are Metatron core values.

Profit on Chart is defined as our revenue after Apple’s 30% cut of app sales.

We also had huge download increase due to the addition of a few more free apps, we are testing our new iAd system and will release more info soon about it.

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