Mirror Free App Downloads via Apple iTunes App Store Exceeds 1.1 Million

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Inner Four's Mirror Free app for the iPhone and iPod Touch Stays in Top 10 for Over a Week

Mirror Free

Honestly, don't download this. It is just a blank screen with a frame.

Inner Four's Mirror Free app has been downloaded over 1.1 Million times (approximately 1,157,000 as of 7/22/09) from the Apple iTunes App Store. A portion of the app's description, "Honestly, don't download this. It is just a blank screen with a frame." has amused fans worldwide.

Inner Four has over 170 apps available for sale and immediate download on the Apple iTunes App Store.

The Wall Street Journal and many other news agencies (e.g. Tampa Tribune, St. Petersburg Times) reported on Inner Four's Mirror Free app on or about July 20th 2009. The worldwide news sensation triggered by the WSJ appears to have caused Mirror Free's downloads to increase by approximately 15% for about a day.

Inner Four's very first iPhone app approved for sale by Apple was its "I.Q. Test" and was first available for download on December 9th 2008. This was the first app to ever appear on the Apple iTunes App Store from Inner Four, Inc.

Inner Four's very first iPhone app to make it to Apple's iTunes App Store #1 free overall position was Weird Laws, during this past Memorial Day weekend. Weird Laws was first approved for distribution by Apple and available for download on May 20th 2009. Weird Laws has now been downloaded over 378,000 times from the Apple iTunes App Store. Weird Laws International is now available as well.

Inner Four's latest iPhone app to make it to Apple's iTunes App Store #1 free overall position was Mirror Free. Mirror Free was ranked #11 free overall by Apple's iTunes App Store on July 12th 2009, then ranked #5 free overall on July 13th, and topped the charts at the #1 free overall position during that week. As of July 23nd 2009, Mirror Free is still in Apple's iTunes App Store Top 10 free overall position.

Inner Four now has 19 apps available for download for the Google Android platform on the T-Mobile G1, including the now-famous Mirror Free. Inner Four's apps for the Android platform are available through Google's Android Market.

Inner Four is currently developing its first Research In Motion BlackBerry apps as an approved RIM developer. Inner Four's near-future BlackBerry apps will be available through the BlackBerry App World.

Inner Four joined the Palm Developer Network on July 23rd 2009.

Inner Four is a licensed publisher of various third-party content wrapped within its own apps, and provides custom programming services. This enables anyone who isn't a programmer that wants to get their ideas or content into the Apple iTunes App Store as quickly as possible to easily do so.

Inner Four offers its content authors and app designers generous revenue-sharing.

Inner Four welcomes individuals and corporations alike to become an Inner Four content author or app designer, by contacting Inner Four and requesting a brief telephone conversation to ensure it's a project that conforms to the developer rules, by discussing as much or as little of the app concept as appropriate. Inner Four will answer questions regarding revenue sharing, payment processes, technical requirements, etc. If agreeable, Inner Four sends a non-disclosure agreement for peace of mind, and obtains all of the app details. If the parties agree on the project, timelines, and a revenue sharing, then Inner Four proceeds with the final step of sending out a content author and/or app designer agreement. Once received, Inner Four starts the actual app engineering, and begins the process for all that must be done to publish the app idea and or content within its app on the appropriate online mobile store.

About Inner Four, Inc.
Inner Four, Inc. is a developer of mobile applications for Apple's iPhone, Apple's iPod Touch, Google's Android, Research In Motion's BlackBerry, and soon Palm's Pre.

Apple, iTunes, iPod, and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc.
Google and Android are trademarks of Google, Inc.
Research In Motion, RIM, and BlackBerry are trademarks of Research In Motion Limited.
Palm and Pre are trademarks of Palm, Inc.
T-Mobile is a trademark of T-Mobile USA, Inc.

All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

(C) 2009 Inner Four, Inc. and its licensors.

Contact: David Rajala, CEO
Company: Inner Four, Inc.
Website: http://www.innerfour.com

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