Com-Guard, Inc. Announces Its Software Strategy for the Apple(R) iPhone(R), iPad(TM) and Android(TM) Mobile Platforms

Jun 22, 2010, 08:30 ET from, Inc.

ENCINITAS, Calif., June 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --, Inc. (Pink Sheets: CGUD), the technology company that has been designing and developing security applications for over ten years has announced that it will be reorganizing and focusing on applications for the Apple® and Android™ mobile platforms.

"We are excited to be at the forefront of the development of secure mobile software that will aid in the collection, analyzing and presentation of data. Com-Guard, Inc. has been developing software in the security and data protection markets for over ten years and we look forward to taking that expertise into the mobile platform market. The company has recently received the software developer's license from Apple and is reviewing the software tools for the Android platform. Apple is now selling 350 Apps per second. That means they are selling 30,612,244 apps per day, 1,275,510 per hour, and 121,043 per minute, 350 every second," said Dr. Edward W. Savarese, CEO of Com-Guard, Inc.

Com-Guard, Inc. will be focusing on three different markets segments using its software development expertise.

  1. Security Applications – Using its award winning, ComputerSafe® software the Company will have applications for encrypting files on the Apple, Android and Windows® netbook platforms.
  2. Tracker Applications – The Company has licensed software for Loyalty programs for tracking member activities and payments and has launched its first application on the Apple App store called "Missed Call Tracker".
  3. Utilities and games – The Company will be releasing games and utilities on the Mobile Platforms to use its technical resources and to complete its revenue stream.

"The latest report from market research firm Gartner suggests that mobile apps are big business, and that business should only grow in the next few years. As smartphones grow in popularity and application stores become the focus for several players in the value chain, more consumers will experiment with application downloads," Stephanie Baghdassarian, research director at Gartner, said in a statement. "Games remain the number one application, and mobile shopping, social networking, utilities and productivity tools continue to grow and attract increasing amounts of money. Gartner's predictions for 2010 are 4.5 billion apps sold, for a total of $6.8 billion in revenue. Predictions for 2013, just a few years away, are even bigger—21.6 billion apps sold for a total of $29.5 billion revenue." Gartner Group.

The App Store model has become the standard for all the smartphone platforms, with RIM, Microsoft, Palm, and Google each building a similar way for developers to make apps available, and for users to find them and pay for them. Developers will have to understand which platform's App store is best to promote their App.

About, Inc. (Pink Sheets:, ( Com-Guard, Inc. has been accepted as a developer for the fastest growing mobile platforms, Apple iPhone™, iPad™ and Android™. The Company will port its award winning software, ComputerSafe® to create security applications in the mobile and netbook markets. In addition it has entered the market for tracking items and events through the use of GPS, public databases and transactions. Its first "Tracker Product", Missed Call Tracker™ is currently selling in the Apple APPS store. The company has been a player in the security software market for over ten years.

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