The Company is pleased to report significant quarterly revenue growth.

Estimated revenue numbers for March 2011 come in at $40,786, January 2011 was $52,861 and $42,202 for February 2011.

Estimated 2011 Q1 revenue is $135,849, which represents a 37% increase over previous quarter, and we are currently on track to more than double 2010 revenue of $278,160 in 2011.

Our average number of daily app downloads in March 2011 is up 73% from the previous month, largely due to our new free ad-supported apps. We think over time, the larger number of app downloads will increase our iTunes visibility and improve sales for all apps, especially as we update apps with new cross-selling features.

Even though the App approval process has slowed, we have adjusted our business model to take advantage of our large presence on the iTunes store and are currently updating apps to generate more income per app. We expect App approvals to speed up soon, but even if they don’t, we expect to be able to compensate with new iOS software and app releases on other platforms. The 2011 Q1 report will be released in the next several weeks.

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