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Airomo Launches Appcurl for the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet: Fast, Accurate and Social Searching for Android Tablet Apps

June 17, 2013

Airomo (http://www.airomo.com), a leading developer of mobile lifestyle applications and cloud services, announces the availability of the Appcurl Android app for the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook tablet.

Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2013

Airomo (http://www.airomo.com), a leading developer of mobile lifestyle applications and cloud services, announces the availability of the Appcurl Android app for the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook tablet. Appcurl (http://www.appcurl.com), the leading app discovery solution on the web, enables users to quickly identify, purchase and enjoy a variety of applications, which would otherwise be difficult if not impossible to find with conventional search methods. Appcurl offers more than a simple search interface and is also a social portal, where Facebook friends can visually explore and discover a full library of applications. Appcurl, with its already popular Android application in the Google Play store, is the most comprehensive mobile app discovery solution for all Android app stores.

“Now users of the Kindle Fire and Nook can seamlessly search and download apps from multiple app stores, including Google Play, within a single app. This advantage empowers users by giving them a full picture – a thoroughly objective overview – of all the relevant applications beyond an app store’s traditional boundaries. The fragmentation of the Android app market, as well as the proliferation of Android devices, requires an independent app discovery solution that is not affiliated with these stores,” says Dennis Gubsky, Vice President of Mobile Development for Airomo.

Appcurl collects a large amount of app-related information, where its patent-pending algorithm aggregates analytics from multiple app stores, social media and the web to create a more objective overview of all apps and their semantic relationships. With a large number of user controls to filter and sort search results, and its proprietary app insight data, Appcurl offers the most accurate technology to match a user’s need with the right app. Appcurl does not promote applications or games for commercial gain: its ranking methods are comprehensive and free of any conflict of interest.

“Appcurl is a transformational tool, which redefines — for the better — the way users of mobile devices, for both iOS (forthcoming) and Android, quickly find, purchase and download the applications they truly need. In my field of expertise, the health care industry, that opportunity means I don´t have to use conventional search methods, which are neither accurate nor comprehensive, to find the one application that can, say, streamline administrative duties or save money or give me information that enhances productivity. Along with its integration of social media, Appcurl offers real-time intelligence about applications that may be of interest to me, broadening my perspective about the very things that can make using a smartphone or tablet more relevant. This breakthrough — and it is just that: a technological breakthrough — is a must-have resource for users of mobile devices, period,” says Michael D. Shaw, biochemist and columnist for Health News Digest.

About Airomo

Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, Airomo is an innovative developer of mobile lifestyle applications and cloud services. Led by its flagship product, Appcurl, the company transforms the way users find, manage and enjoy a full range of applications for smartphones and tablets. Appcurl provides independent, unbiased results for otherwise hard-to-find applications. Available for a variety of forthcoming platforms and devices, Appcurl represents Airomo´s commitment to technological excellence and user-friendly design. For more information about Airomo, please visit http://www.airomo.com.

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