Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 14, 2009
Bizmosis (http://www.bizmosis.com), a leading developer of popular applications for mobile devices, proudly announces its newest offering for the iPhone: Pirate Talk (http://www.getpiratetalk.com), which allows users to have their favorite expressions translated "Piratatude," sayings that bear the unforgettable accent of a pirate. This application celebrates International Talk Like A Pirate Day on September 19th, a favorite occasion where people can revel in pirate vernacular like "Yaar!" and "Ahoy, mates!" and "Shiver me timbers!"
"Pirate Talk is a potential breakout hit for the iPhone, giving millions of individuals an opportunity to marry an annual day of fun with creative technology. By simply typing a series of expressions - the application also has over 180 pirating and nautical terms - Pirate Talk voices these statements like a veritable Captain Hook or Jack Sparrow. The gifted designers behind this application provide a full dose of 'pirate mood' and phrases that will make the iPhone an iconic tool alongside pirate symbols like Jolly Roger and buried treasure. I encourage fans to visit http://www.getpiratetalk.com to learn more about this exciting application," says Ryan Turner, President of Bizmosis.
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Bizmosis continues its popularity as a commercial and critical success by building applications for a diverse clientele. "Our credibility rests with our proven ability to introduce applications that redefine the standards for excellence and design. Specifically, the applications we build for the iPhone are models of widespread acclaim and interactive enjoyment. Pirate Talk is one more example of our commitment to giving consumers the latest offerings from the nation's top designers," states Mr. Turner.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Bizmosis delivers innovative and entertaining experiences for users of mobile devices. The company's talented designers create breakthrough applications that win sales among consumers and generate interest among fans of new technology.