HOUSTON, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- As Steve Jobs reported today that Apple's App Store has now delivered over 3 billion apps for iPhone and iPod, AppTech Corp (Other OTC: APCX) www.apptechglobal.com announced it has received approval as a developer of iPhone applications. "Three billion applications downloaded in less than 18 months--this is like nothing we've ever seen before," Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO, said in a statement.
AppTech intends to incorporate the iPhone development program, the newly announced Google Android Nexus One and others into its multi-platform international mobile app marketplace. AppTech intends to provide app developers with unique marketing tools and opportunities to expand sales of their English language based mobile apps throughout the world.
Chris Mathers, CEO of AppTech, commented "The enormous success of Apple in the mobile application community has clearly demonstrated the magnitude of the worldwide market for mobile apps, when 3 billion have already been downloaded from the App Store in the USA in less than 18 months. We believe that the worldwide market for mobile applications is many times this size, and AppTech intends to be the marketing and distribution resource for independent developers to multi lingual markets throughout the world."
About AppTech Corp.
AppTech 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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