We are happy to report our newest dating/social media app has been submitted to Apple and is currently in review.

Industry News:

A number of articles, research reports, and blogs have come out in the past few weeks, recapping the 2014 App economy or confirming again what most of us are no doubt seeing in our everyday lives: How, when, and where content is viewed or used is portable, mobile, and often delivered through Apps. The write-ups all make for good reads for developers, investors, and tech followers. Here are brief excerpts and associated links to the full article for just a few key ones:

Flurry: Shopping, Productivity and Messaging Give Mobile another Stunning Growth Year
Messaging, which propelled mobile to grow 115% in 2013, also posted triple digit growth this year, as messaging apps have become platforms themselves exposing other services such as payments in the case of SnapChat and Japan’s LINE, and games distribution in the case of TenCent’s WeChat.



Apple Insider: Apple’s App Store generated over $10 billion in revenue for developers in record 2014

To date, App Store developers have earned a cumulative $25 billion from the sale of apps and games, Apple revealed. And 2015 is off to an even better start: New Year’s Day last week was the single biggest day ever in App Store sales history.


Streaming Devices Poised to Dominate Viewing Preferences as Seven in 10 TV Viewers Stream Programming

While the television continues to provide the best quality picture and viewing experience, the way content is being discovered and consumed is changing dramatically, especially for millennials (age 13 to 24)… just 55 percent of millennials use TVs as their primary viewing platform, while streaming devices – laptops, tablets, and smartphones – are poised to dominate their viewing preferences.


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