Getting Back in Touch

Way too much time has passed since our last posting. You might naturally expect that things slow down over the hot summer months of July and August, but it certainly hasn’t been the case. During the past two months, much has happened both in the industry at large and in our part of the world.

In terms of the big picture, the line between the internet and mobile continues to blur. Apple and Google are delivering a one-two punch that promises to shake things up for years to come. Regardless of whether you believe the iPhone is really a game-changer, it has shown a lot of people what a mobile phone is actually capable of. Google’s latest efforts, whether buying airwaves or launching its own phone, may leave a far greater impact in the long-run. Meanwhile, consumer spending on mobile content is hitting an all-time high and is providing more fuel to the fire.

On the Mobicious front, a number of things have changed recently. When we last posted to our blog, we were a tiny team working out of a local coffee shop while our permanent office was being built. We’ve since moved into new offices and doubled the size of the team. On the Mobicious site, you’re now able to find nearly twice the amount of premium content, which includes about 20,000 applications from Handango. We also introduced a few site improvements including more powerful search and a cleaner user interface. We’ve even introduced a useful Facebook application called Mobile Poke, where you can send any photo in a Facebook album to any friend’s mobile phone.

There’s lot more to come on the horizon, both in the industry and at Mobicious. We’ll make sure to keep you in the loop.

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