San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
Celltick, a global leader in mobile initiated commerce, today announced its Active lockscreen app has been named as a finalist in the MediaPost Appy Awards, which celebrates the best apps in the business and acknowledges extraordinary mobile, social, and web-based apps across a diverse range of categories.
Nominated in the Wildcard category, Celltick’s Active app beat out a record number of applicants and was chosen for its unique personalization experience and ability to make Android devices even easier to use, while allowing users to create a highly personalized start screen that provides fast access to all their favorite and most frequently used contacts, apps, content and device functionalities.
“We’re thrilled to be recognized by the Appy Awards for our Active lockscreen app,” said Ramgopal Vidyanand, VP Corporate Marketing and Business Development, Celltick. “We welcome the chance to share our Active app with the community at SXSW 2013, and we are pleased to be included in this prestigious awards ceremony.”
Celltick’s Active lockscreen app will be presented at SXSW on March 8 at the Appy Awards Cocktail Party.
More information about the Appy Awards is available at http://appyawards.net/ .
Celltick is a global leader in mobile initiated commerce. Celltick is unique in creating and managing mass market solutions for mobile operators that closes the loop between mobile marketing and mobile commerce with patented technology and local knowledge. Celltick’s managed solutions intelligently targets hard to reach consumers in high growth markets on the home screen of their mobile devices. The company helps mobile operators to provide consumers with services that enable discovery and connectivity to valuable savings and offers, information, services and products. The company drives billions of transactions annually across more than 140 million active consumers in over 25 countries. A rapidly growing company, Celltick has offices in Europe, Asia, South America and the U.S. For more information, visit http://www.celltick.com.