"We realize that not everyone wants to study on their mobile phones. That's why we decided to release the same affordable products on a different screen for a new audience."
Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
Upward Mobility, the creators of popular mobile device educational apps, is testing uncharted waters with its latest product releases.
Over a ten week period, the company launched seventeen new apps in the Mac App Store, primarily focusing on its most popular titles to date.
"We realize that not everyone wants to study on their mobile phones. That's why we decided to release the same affordable products on a different screen for a new audience," says Ted Chan, founder of Upward Mobility.
The Upward Mobility Mac App Store is unprecedented for the budding company. Since its founding, the company launched over 125 titles for iPhone, Palm, BlackBerry, WP7, and Android mobile devices. "This initial Mac App Store launch is the first time we don't announce a mobile app launch," notes Chan. "This is a big change for us."
Earlier in February, Upward Mobility reached an impressive 150,000 app sale milestone. The popularity of Upward Mobility's mobile apps inspired Chan to pursue other
"We anticipate adding about a dozen more popular Upward Mobility titles to the Mac App Store in the future," adds Samantha Tanzer, Upward Mobility product development associate.
App topics launched include EMT, IT Certification, Nursing, Veterinary, Six Sigma, Project Management, Social Work, Personal Training, and many others.
All 17 titles are now available for download on the Mac App Store. Prices range from $4.99 to $9.99.