June 16, 2010 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Hobart, Indiana - What started as a summer project last year has turned into another successful company for recent college graduates and Hobart, IN natives Cameron Banga and Michael Phelps. Banga and Phelps were part of CollegeKidApp.com, which last year developed the successful app Battery Go! for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. The battery management application reached the top 100 paid applications list in less than 36 hours after launch and received rave reviews from the New York Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Macworld, Fox Business News, WGN9 Chicago, NBC5 Chicago, PC Magazine, and more,
Building off their success, the team was able to build Tap Blaster HD, a launch application for the iPad in only 5 days during their final semester at Valparaiso University. The release of this application saw national notoriety as well, with the duo appearing on Fox Business News's Cash Dot Com as well as the WGN9 Chicago Morning News to discuss the application and iPad development.
Starting two weeks ago, the team used this momentum to found a new mobile phone application company in 9magnets, LLC. The team has already began work on several applications and is looking to expand and help other developers reach mobile application marketing success.
Through their efforts, the team has shown that entrepreneurship is still a possibility even in a struggling economy. The team looks to continue this strong success and produce a highly profitable company as they work throughout the summer and into the fall. The team is available for interviews regarding their status as young entrepreneurs, iPhone developers, and recent graduates entering the work force.
Located in Hobart IN, 9magnets, LLC was founded in 2010 by Cameron Banga and Michael Phelps. The team specializes in helping businesses and individuals bring their application ideas to life on the iPhone and iPad. They also work to help other mobile developers realize their mobile application marketing potential. All Material and Software (C) 2010 9magnets, LLC / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.