June 22, 2013 in Utilities (F)
[prMac.com] Neuss, Germany - The little start-up grows up: In June the app developer infovole has registered the 1 millionth download of their apps on Apple's App Store.
"We are proud of the fact that we reached this huge number of downloads only on the iPad platform and without many annoying mini updates. More than 53,.000 real users have decided to use our apps," says Marcel Uetzels, CEO and founder of infovole. "Everyone can do an app, but sustainability, quality and reliability are not for granted in the new mobile, glitzy world. We oppose to the trend. In Neuss, Germany, we are operating according to German law and information privacy. Our software protects the privacy of our costumers, neither we do behavior analysis nor the big eavesdropping."
On friday, June 21 2013 - just in time to celebrate the Solstice, infovole starts a great sale campaign that puts another app by infovole on sale each day. Which app will go on sale on which day will be announced on Facebook and Twitter.
This is a great occasion to recommend the apps, gift them to someone and start using them, because also this summer a big update is coming. All customers will profit from this update for free.
The infovole team is also very happy about comments on Facebook, Twitter and on the App Store. Without the recommendation of users, the 2-millionth download won't happen.
infovole GmbH puts it's main focus on the development of iPad apps, localization and creative app marketing. Textkraft, Easy Writer and Schreibkraft - the text apps by infovole - help to work on texts creatively and productively on the go. Copyright (C) 2013 Infovole GmbH. 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.