This fantastic article from TechCrunch (one of our favorite news sources) confirms what we have been saying for the last year and half…the mobile app industry is becoming something bigger than even the Internet boom, and we are one of the only public App companies with significant revenue and products-Metatron is the only real App game in town…welcome to The Perfect Storm!

Management knows because they were participants in the internet boom and active in the development of many Internet companies, including, which if you didn’t know, raised over 300M in its 1999 IPO. It was just a little ahead of its time, an early iTunes basically. Our CEO went to UCSD with MP3’s CEO and was a founding shareholder, worked with, and believes Metatron has even greater potential than MP3 did, the timing couldn’t be better.

Here is the article by Ben Keighran of Techcrunch, a must read:

Check out this chart…amazing:

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