Discover the Most Wanted Games and Gadgets of 2012! Check out the year's hottest tech, gadgets and games
BORDEAUX, France, Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobiles Republic, a leading publisher of applications for smartphones, tablets and connected devices, today launch the Most Wanted 2012 Special Edition versions of their Appy Geek and Appy Gamer apps.
2012 has been a massive year for tech and games. Appy Geek and Appy Gamer will be celebrating this throughout December, with the Most Wanted 2012 Special Edition. Readers are invited to complete a survey on all the top products of the year to say what is on their Holiday wish list. Anyone still undecided can browse a special news feed containing all the articles about the Most Wanted items as they come in from our selection of top news sources.
The survey results will be published in January and one lucky reader will have the opportunity to win the product voted 'Most Wanted' by entering a sweepstakes within the apps.
The 'Most Wanted 2012' section can be added to the home screen of both apps by selecting it from the featured topics list.
Appy Geek and Appy Gamer are the leading apps in the field of tech and games news with amazing reviews and close to 1 million readers worldwide. They are free to download on iOS and Android. Appy Geek is available for Windows 8 with Appy Gamer to follow on that platform very soon.
About Mobiles Republic
Founded in 2008, Mobiles Republic quickly established a reputation for innovation and excellence in developing successful apps for smartphones, tablets and connected devices. Mobiles Republic has developed TagNav©, a semantic search and semantic targeting solution that powers its News Republic, Appy Geek, Appy Gamer Sports Republic and Glam Life applications. The company has expanded rapidly and has established strong relationships with nearly 500 leading publishers and global media brands, as well as handset manufacturers and mobile network operators. Mobiles Republic applications are preloaded on Samsung Mobile, LG, Motorola and Sony Ericsson handsets in several regions.
SOURCE Mobiles Republic