DOVER, DE–(Marketwire – May 13, 2011) – MetatronInc. (MRNJ)

Metatron’s 2011 Quarterly report has been published and can be found on the OTC Markets Website.

2011 Q1 revenue was $145,509, a 46% increase from 2010 Q4 revenue, which was $99,376.

2011 Q1 total expenses were $140,597, an increase of 38% from 2010 Q4 expenses, which were $101,760.

The Company has a number of apps currently under review including a new video game. A beta version of its Transcendent Mobile Content Store was launched this quarter and can be found at i-Mobilizeit.com. The store currently sells iPhone/iPad apps, movie and audiobook downloads, and will soon offer content for all major mobile platforms.

Some customers have asked why we link to iTunes on our store instead of using our own payment system to sell iPhone/iPad apps. Apple requires all sales of IOS apps to go through their payment system, so we have to hyperlink to iTunes to satisfy those requirements.

See Metatroninc.com or official blog (https://metatroninc.wordpress.com) for full details.

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