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Louisiana's First Real-Life App Store Debuts In New Orleans
Hesitant consumers, unsure if they should purchase a new application for their smart device, can now breathe easier. An interactive location is putting a new twist on how consumers choose those applications with a "try it before you buy it" approach.
“Many of the nation’s best app developers are right here in New Orleans, and we want to help share their phenomenal work and success with the smart device community,” said Jeff Lyons, co-founder of myPhoneMD and visionary behind the brand’s real life app store.
Hesitant consumers, unsure if they should purchase a new application for their smart device, can now breathe easier. With easy WiFi accessibility and roomy sitting areas, the myPhoneApp Store aims to create an interactive, social atmosphere that reduces buyer’s remorse, eliminates anxiety that comes with learning new technology and connects users with free expert advice. To give the real life store even greater appeal, the center will concentrate on raising awareness for the growing local developer community by keeping the public up-to-date on their latest creations and other local applications.
The myPhoneApp Store gives local consumers greater access to increasingly popular online app distributors such as Apple’s App Store and Google’s Android Market. Here, users will have the opportunity to sift through and test out full versions of smartphone and tablet applications before purchasing them.
Local award winning app developers such as Touch Studios and Mudbug Media will showcase their latest creations at the myPhoneApp Store. Also, applications designed specifically for the local market will be on display, including: The Geaux Tigers LSU Football app; the Garden District Historic Mobile Tour app; the Offbeat New Orleans Mobile app; and the Election Hub app.
"We've heard of app stores that make recommendations but this would be the first real-life location where a user could actually try a recommended app for free on a device similar to their own and then download it immediately using a QR code," said Conrad Green, co-founder of myPhoneMD.
myPhoneMD officials are considering expanding the app stores to their other Gulf Coast and East Coast locations in the coming months. Visit http://www.myphonemd.net.