At first sight, mobile9 struck me as a website likely developed with a multinational (MNC) firm with its spiffy design and simple-to-use interface. Intrigued by the line”It is more than just a program shop. Open, really social” about the landing page; I soon found that this is precisely what programmers and mobile users have been waiting. Still another revelation concerning mobile9.com knocked my technician journalist’ socks off — that a Malaysian, Patrick Ooi made the website.
The next thing you know, I registered for a free account and discovered that there’s more than meets the eye on mobile9. From a listing of devices, you can pick the design and mobile9.com will exhibit all of the topics, ringtones, fonts, backgrounds, videos and SMS templates for your liking.
Since it is a social network website of types, the entire notion is all about sharing articles and you may upload only about anything. Follow peers and reception followed. Facebook ‘Like’ it,’ tweet it and discuss your creations into the multitudes on mobile9. Well, about 38 million users in August 2011.
Video tutorials show you comprehensive step-by-step manuals to upload content on the website. In the event you ever feel lost on the website, it is possible to combine the mobile9 community that’s a forum for debate. As I have mentioned previously, your articles have been catered for your device so what exactly does this mean for consumers and programmers?
Programmers can upload a program to Apple’s App Store and BlackBerry World at a few straightforward actions. Mobile9 provides a great social platform to allow you to receive your applications to the peak of the ladder. You get to monitor the development of your apps, handle them and even use for Sponsored Listing at which you give the moolah whenever someone clicks on your advertisement.
So what is in it for us customers? Well, because mobile9.com cries the four-letter-word that begins with F, it’s beneficial for everybody. Before you accuse me of libel, the term I am referring to is free, and that’s the reason why millions flock to the flourishing site.
PC.com must provide mobile9.com’s creator Patrick Ooi with a tap on the back for producing this viral societal content sharing system and which makes it much easier to take and give. With 1.6 million and mobile content available for downloading, we foresee a more continuous increase in numbers. Subscribe and discuss today!