February 28, 2012 in iOS Development (E)
[prMac.com] San Franciscos, California - SFApps Company announced their growth strategy for the launch of their next-generation mobile application network. The company will focus on acquiring interests in multiple Apple and Android mobile applications to leverage economies of scale across the SFapps network.
"SFApps is consolidating a fragmented app marketplace through investment and acquisition," said co-founder Barth Ballard. "Our strategy is to add value to our mobile app investments by growing cross-platform and global reach, centralizing advertising agreements, and deploying best practices across the SFapps network."
Developers and operators are invited to contact the company about leveraging the success of their mobile apps on the SFApps network.
"As a successful creator of several apps, I know the challenges that publishers face in growing their markets," said co-founder Scott Persinger. "The SFApps network provides the leverage to accelerate the growth and profitability of apps in an increasingly competitive landscape."
San Francisco Apps Company is actively looking to acquire interests in mobile applications currently generating revenue through downloads, in-app purchases or advertising.
San Francisco Apps Company, launched in 2012, is a mobile application network created to accelerate growth in the mobile application marketplace. San Francisco Apps Company is a mobile application network created to accelerate growth in the mobile application marketplace. The company was founded by a well-rounded team of technology, marketing and transactional professionals with a successful history of working with emerging technologies. Copyright (C) 2012 San Francisco Apps Company. 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.