+101 - Vote for the best Android Apps


101 Best Android Apps Archive

Posts Tagged ‘social media news release’

Get your app noticed with a Pressitt newsroom

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

There are thousands of Android apps now in the market and it’s getting harder and harder to get your new app noticed. We like to think our site makes a big difference for those apps that make it to the top of our 101 Best Android Apps list.

Pressitt.com

We have another site that might be useful in a different but significant way: http://pressitt.com is an online news release service that allows users to freely submit news releases (SMNRs) in fixed categories about anything they want.

Pressitt helps to bring your news to life with a simple and intuitive SMNR creation process that allows you to add body text, core facts, YouTube videos, images, documents, relevant links, quotes, tags and press contacts to your Social Media News Release.

We’ve just launched a new feature that could make it even better for developer of multiple apps – newsrooms.

With a newsroom you can write about your company, link to your website (if you have one) and your social media profiles on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc. For an Android app developer this could be a central repository for all your apps – link to videos of the app in use, create a Twitter profile to talk about your app or a Flickr page with photos of your app.

Your newsroom can be set up with your logo, company branding and will feature all your news releases – these will also be configured to your newsroom style.

Each newsroom costs just £15 (about $23USD) per month. Check out the newsroom features

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TK0jT25-h4s[/youtube]

By setting up a newsroom on Pressitt you can take advantage of all your social media links and give Android review sites a central place to get news and information about your latest apps – whether it’s videos, images, PDF documents or just quotes from your developers or users.

Find out more about Pressitt

The Nexus ONE

Monday, January 4th, 2010

T-mobile US reported last week that T-Mobile will be the network powering Google’s new phone, which is apparently going to make its debut on Jan. 5.

A T-Mobile USA support page found by the blog says Google will sell the new Android-based device directly via the Web, confirming the story that emerged a few weeks ago in the Wall Street Journal. Bellevue-based T-Mobile will handle billing and rate plans for the device.

Manufacturing the new Google phone will be HTC, the Taiwanese phone maker with U.S. headquarters in Bellevue and its software lab in Pioneer Square.

The trio introduced Google’s first Android phone, the HTC-manufactured G1, in September 2008.

Google also scheduled an announcement at its headquarters on Jan. 5, the day before the Consumer Electronics Show begins in Las Vegas.

The HTC-built and (soon to be) Google-sold device runs Android 2.1 atop a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, a 3.7-inch, 480 x 800 display, has 512MB of ROM, 512MB of RAM, and a 4GB microSD card (expandable to 32GB). The phone is a T-Mobile device (meaning no 3G if you want to take it to AT&T), and includes the standard modern additions of a light sensor, proximity sensor, and accelerometer. The Nexus One has a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash.

UrbanKite Pressitt release

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

pressitt-urbankiteUrbanKite have launched a lovely new Android app in the form of a twitter tool to help find the best local hang outs.  The app is a great idea and will help you to find the best places to go for a night out.

In the same social networking vein as twitter, they have employed the use of a Social Media News Release and published this on the leading news release tool Pressitt to help to lauch UrbanKite.  Social media tools are being used and are fast becoming invaluable in creating successful mobile applications and creating more efficiency in life.

You can rate their app on 101bestandroidapps.com here.

Other Stuff

Sponsors

Apps Jobs - Search and advertise android apps jobs