LONDON, Aug. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TagLikeMe Corp. ("TagLikeMe" or "the Company") (OTCQB:TAGG) has commenced development of the mobile iOS/iPad App for its social search and sharing site 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 Apple, in just 14 months, it has sold over 25 million iPads. That has brought the total number of iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) sold to over 200 million since the original iPhone launched in 2007. "We have commenced our app development for mobile platforms," states Richard Elliot-Square, President and CEO of TagLikeMe Corp. "We are targeting the release of TagLikeMe for iOS/iPad as our first mobile app out of the gate. We recognize that this market represents a tremendous opportunity both to attract new users, and see our technology adopted by heavy users in the mobile community. We will include our best features and optimize the technology to utilize Apple's advanced retina display, among other advances. I believe our users will be thrilled with the new app." Management expects to launch the new iOS/iPad mobile app version of TagLikeMe in Q4 2012. This application has not yet been approved by iTunes® for sale through its store 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 ™ with regard to their search inquiry. It also gives searchers the opportunity to connect and chat with others worldwide that might be searching similar topics. This adds a much-needed human element to search and online social interaction.