As you may have heard Apple had a major event yesterday in which they announced new phones and the revolutionary AppleWatch. This is good news for MRNJ because the experts expect a record number of iOS devices to be sold this year.

They also announced the new App sales distribution method called “AppBundles”.
A relatively little-discussed feature of iOS 8, which could become the most significant new way to monetize iOS apps since in-app purchases.

All members of the iOS Developer Program with paid apps available on the App Store can create AppBundles, which are groups of up to 10 apps sold together at a reduced price. AppBundles can be purchased with a single tap and the individual apps will appear on the customer’s device.

Experts predict AppBundles may take over the top grossing charts, surpassing single apps.

Metatron had our first AppBundle approved today..”Guided Meditation Collection for all Areas of Life”


As you may now, Metatron has thousands of apps so expect to see more AppBundles come out in the near future. So far this week we have one approved and one in line for approval for our apps, and one each for clients Eckhart Tolle and Glenn Harrold are being submitted today.

Client News


MRNJ App Client Gary Zukav will appear on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), featured in an episode of Help Desk, a new OWN TV show. The segment will air this weekend on September 14, 12:00pm – 12:30pm Eastern. Gary shares advice on how to choose a fulfilling career and discover the connection between physical and spiritual health.
In time with Apple’s new product announcement, mobile app economy think-tank

Industry News

Apple introduced a bevy of new products.
With the redesigned iPhone 6 expected to set new sales records this holiday season, the impending launch of the Apple Pay mobile wallet service expected to catch on with consumers, and next year’s debut of the Apple Watch, analysts on Wall Street were largely satisfied with Apple’s announcements this week.

Flurry released a new Blog that address the rising growth of the “Phablet” market. In short, Phablets have nearly quadrupled their share of app activity in the last 12 months. Flurry finished with a comprehensive and self-evident observation, “For the last six years, smartphones and tablets have been replacing everything from TVs to magazines to PCs to books as the primary way people consume information and media.”


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