September 14, 2012 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Dublin, Ireland - Just to prove that the digital economy can be accessed from any location worldwide, 'Palm Reading Booth free' created by the Chocolate Lab Apps in rural Ireland has stormed to the bestseller charts from Canada to Australia & New Zealand. It is currently #1 in the UK & Australian free entertainment charts. Chocolate Lab Apps was founded only four months ago by games producer Elaine Heney. Operating from their headquarters in rural Tipperary, they have published 15 apps this summer, ranging from finance to health and lifestyle.
'Creating apps really is the ultimate mobile lifestyle. I can work from anywhere all I need is my laptop & iPhone. We've published new apps every week since July. The job is great... I don't have to commute into the city for work and get more time to spend training horses at home' says Heney. She also runs Irish Horsemanship and Grey Horse Apps, two equine inspired startups.
'Chocolate Lab Apps are looking forward to building more great apps this autumn. The mobile market is exploding in size currently, growing twice as fast as the internet boom in the 90s. There is a huge opportunity to get involved in this market. Chocolate Lab Apps is working on a mobile app development program to help people with no programming experience to create their first mobile app', she added.
Located in Ireland, Chocolate Lab Apps was founded in 2012 by Elaine Heney. All Material and Software (C) 2012 Chocolate Lab Apps / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.