HOUSTON, May 10, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- AppTech Corp. (Pink Sheets: APCX) www.apptechglobal.com announced today that its subsidiary, AppTech Global, Inc. has received approval by Verizon as a developer of mobile applications.
Sean Connolly, Vice President of AppTech Global, commented, "Apple has opened the massive American market for mobile apps with billions of English language apps downloaded in a very short period of time. However, well over 100,000 English language apps developed for iPhones are going unnoticed and unsold in the App store. Product marketing and differentiation is a critical issue for these developers, as well as developers for other operating systems. Each development program AppTech participates in allows us to have better knowledge of those particular organizations, as well as providing better services to developers who already have completed apps for companies such as Apple, Verizon, Microsoft mobile and Google Android. As we complete our rollout of multi lingual translation and cross platform programs globally for app developers, we will be able to provide them with multi language translation of their existing apps, and marketing tools to allow those apps to stand out beyond the clutter of thousands in the App Store, as well as other English based marketplaces. We want to help American app developers take their work to the whole world, and to translate and market non English language developers work for sale to the USA marketplace." About AppTech Global Inc.
AppTech Global, Inc. is a subsidiary of AppTech Corp. and is developing mobile application market places serving emerging countries throughout the world, including Latin America, Brazil, China, India, Japan and the USA. AppTech is focused on multi-platform mobile apps designed to run on device operating systems such as Apple iPhone, Google Android Nexus One, Research In Motion, Microsoft Mobile, Palm, Verizon Droid, the O-Phone in China, and others.
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