Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
Upward Mobility, a Boston-based educational mobile and tablet app company, is offering a limited time offer on Google Play for one of its most lucrative Android apps: the CompTIA Super Bundle App. The bundle app covers all concepts for the CompTIA A+, Network+ (N+), and Security+ (S+) exams.
"Users have loved our CompTIA Super Bundle App for Android since its initial release," notes Ted Chan, founder of Upward Mobility. "We created this app because we know that most people going through CompTIA certification will at some point obtain certification for all three tests. The friendly user-interface, enormous question bank, and ultra-low cost make this app a smart choice among CompTIA test-takers."
The discount on the CompTIA Super Bundle Android app on Google Play reflects Upward Mobility's commitment to higher education in the computing technology industry. Purchasing the Super Bundle offers a steep discount as opposed to making three separate purchases for the A+, N+, and S+ exam apps by Upward Mobility.
"In addition to its competitive price at under $10, the app features over 700 realistic exam questions complemented by high-quality graphics and detailed answers, all packaged in Upward Mobility's highly intuitive Android user interface," notes Samantha Tanzer, a product development manager at Upward Mobility.
Indeed, the app is trending as arguably the most popular and comprehensive CompTIA Android app on the Google Play store.
"This special bundle discount offer will only last a limited time," says Chan. "By lowering our price, we want to reach out to as many CompTIA test-takers as possible. As always, your satisfaction with this Upward Mobility product is guaranteed."
About Upward Mobility
Upward Mobility creates high end professional educational content for management development and test preparation, and makes it available through mobile apps. Our goal is to keep learners engaged with a mix of wit, humor and actionable takeaways while meeting our customer's specific educational needs. Visit http://www.upwardpro.com for more information.