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Tuesday, 19 August 2014 15:50

App development powerhouse moves down under


One of the world's top development houses MEA Mobile has opened its first Australian office, bringing its mobile app development and digital advertising services to Aussie companies.

MEA Mobile, which says it was one of the very first companies to develop apps for iPhone, has a few strings in its bow including iSupr8 - one of the top 10 apps worldwide for video making, with well over one million users, and Printicular, which allows users to print their pictures directly from social media sites on their smartphone.

The Printicular app currently delivers around 250,000 printed photos a month.

“We are thrilled to be able to extend our reach and offer our services locally in Australia. We’ve already worked on a number of projects for Australian companies from our New Zealand office and look forward to expanding MEA’s brand presence in this market,” said Rod Macfarlane, MEA Mobile Chief Executive.

The new office is based in Bathurst street, Sydney.

The company has appointed David King as managing director for Australia, who will work closely with MEA Mobile’s offices in New Zealand and the US.

“MEA offers one of the highest standards and quickest turnaround times in app development, web development and digital advertising services and I am very much looking forward to helping them establish a thriving business in Australia,” King said in a statement.

The team from MEA Mobile have been developing apps in New Zealand since 2007, and now offers a wide range of mobile services including mobile advertising, mobile development (multi-platform), marketing and branding, PR and communications, film production, mobile web development, social media, and animation for web and digital mobile devices.

The company has created more than 300 apps and websites, nine of which reached number one rankings, with millions of downloads across multiple industries including agri-business, education, science, banking, engineering and entertainment. The team have also worked with internationally renowned brands such as Levis, Samsung, ESPN, Intel, Walgreens, Blackberry and RipCurl.

For more information check out its website.

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