Oct. 31, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- TagLikeMe Corp. ("TagLikeMe" or "the Company") (OTCQB:TAGG,
M6C1; WKN A1JZ03) has commenced development of the mobile Google Android Tablet App of its social search and sharing platform online at TagLikeMe.com.
TagLikeMe.com is a new, shared social information network that allows individuals or groups to search, tag and share all forms of digital content privately or publicly using cloud based technology. Its next-generation search and share technology has powerful features for collaborating search and sharing all online digital content from a single location.
According to figures released by Google at the Mobile World Congress 2012, there are over 300 million Android devices are in use throughout the world, including 12 million Android tablets. This places Google's Android among the top selling tablet devices on the market.
"We have commenced our app development for the Google Android tablet market," states
, President and CEO of TagLikeMe Corp. "Naturally we want to have our product available to as many users as possible. While Android does not have the largest installed base, we see it as a very meaningful and potentially profitable part of TagLikeMe's future. We will include our best features and optimize the technology to utilize Google's Android features. It is another part of our long term strategy to become very useful and used on all devices, no matter where the user accesses TagLikeMe."
Management expects to launch the new Google Android Tablet App mobile app version of TagLikeMe in Q4 2012. Google has not yet approved this application for sale through its Google Play marketplace or system.
About TagLikeMe Corp.
TagLikeMe Corp. owns and operates TagLikeMe.com, an Internet services platform that combines the most commonly used functions of search and social media interaction in one destination. TagLikeMe.com allows individuals to search the Internet by using the top three search engines of Yahoo™, Bing™ and Google™, in addition to viewing related activities from popular social media based sites such as Facebook™, YouTube™, Twitter™ and Wikipedia™ in a single search inquiry. It also gives searchers the opportunity to connect, chat and share with others worldwide that might be searching similar topics. This adds a much-needed human element to search and online social interaction.
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M6C1; WKN A1JZ03
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