We are happy to report 3 apps were approved by Apple, and at this rate we may get even more approvals today.

We have our new programmer-less automated app-making system humming along nicely and our releases are ramping up as expected.

They were updates to popular apps and we have several new apps currently in review including a dating app…more on the way for Apple and Google platforms.

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Industry news (Appleinsider)

Last quarter, Apple’s iPhone took a record 89 percent share of smartphone operating profits, directly causing another record for the holiday shopping season: an all-time low for devices running Google’s Android.

Apple’s share of smartphone profits was also up significantly from the fourth quarter of 2013, when iOS and the iPhone represented a 71 percent share. Apple’s profits grew from $11.4 billion in the holiday 2013 quarter to $18.8 billion a year later, while all devices running Android fell from $4.8 billion to $2.4 billion in the same quarters.

All other competitors — Microsoft, BlackBerry, and others — did not turn a profit in either the holiday 2013 or holiday 2014 quarters.


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