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iApps to release Pokémaker Android in time for Christmas
THE Australian app developer that bought you the Pokémaker trading card game for iPhone and iPad, has announced the long awaited release of Pokémaker for Android due to popular demand from Pokémon fans.
The app alone has already been downloaded by over 800,000 people since its launch in 2010 and more than 2 million cards have been created by users in over 70 different countries around the world.
Already listed in the top 300 most popular applications on iTunes over several categories, Pokémaker has been converted into Android format due to popular demand.
Andrew Longhorn is the Chief Technical Officer and Creative Director of the original Pokémaker iPhone app.
Andrew, who established iApps in partnership with CEO Rick Hoy in 2010, decided to convert the app into Android format due to the rising popularity and availability of non-iOS devices.
Users can create, trade and battle with other players from around the globe.
The application is free to download and generates a profit when loyal users start purchasing new decks of playing cards.
Pokémaker has been such a hit worldwide that converting the game into Android was not enough, with versions of the game available in German, Chinese, Italian and Japanese.
Another of the company’s applications that allows users to engage in multi-player Sudoku challenges with strangers is already being played in over 50+countries around the world. Karenji as it’s titled, could rival Pokémaker as the company’s top seller for mobile gaming apps.
But Andrew said the goal for iApps was to expand from their Asia-Pacific hub (Mooloolaba, Bangalore and Sydney) into Europe, China, The America’s and even the Mid –East.
“Our most important target is to use mobile software to empower modern businesses and produce productivity apps that decrease the risk of human error whilst increasing profits.
“Rather than just chasing contracts, we provide consultancy over a variety of fields to educate our clients on what’s required to re-align facets of their business operations for the post GFC economy.
“We’re seeing a greater switch towards mobile management, and we’re here to help company’s, business and organisations of all size improve their operations through enhanced insight.
“That's our speciality, future proofing business using the latest in productivity and task management application software”, said Mr Longhorn.
To download Pokémaker, please visit the http://www.pokemaker.net/
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iApps, a member of the Apple Developer community, is an Australian based company specializing in the design of applications for the Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and other Mobile Device technologies.
We provide software design and development services for iPhone, Mobile, Mac and the Web. And the iPad, naturally.
Our customers include individual consumers, corporate, SME's and industry clients. Our teams of innovative and experienced industry professionals combine their technical skills with their innate ability to 'think outside the square' to deliver high quality, effective and user-friendly applications.
iApps work in partnership with recognized leading industry experts to develop software that meets the needs of the business and achieve greater profits by increasing the productivity and efficiency of employees, whilst reducing costs.
For more information, please visit http://www.iapps.net.au/
Page Updated Last on: May 19, 2012