Where do you go to get your news? With more and more people getting up to the minute news on their mobile phones the proliferation of phone apps on appcatch.com continues to grow at a rapid pace.
The appcatch.com news apps have a decided DIY bent, are hyper local, and serve very specific niches in the news world. More and more it is becoming common that mobile applications provide you with access to professional-grade news and market data wherever and whenever you want it.
Jacob Snowberg calls his weekly podcast out of Cleveland "The Snowman Report" and uses that same name for his dynamic new app. The app offers replays of the podcast that covers news around Cleveland and news around the globe. The Snowman Report also offers restaurant reviews and weather updates.
Based in Encinitas, California, The Coast News is your source for local news, classifieds and events. It is also available through a new app on appcatch.com. The Coast News covers Oceanside, Carlsbad, Delmar, and Solana Beach. The app delivers news, sports, and even letters to the editor.
The app also offers up news video from the award winning publication's news website.
TTM is The Tech Messenger app designed to deliver tech news to mobile phones. TTM gives regular updates on the latest tech news and gadgets available to mobile users. These are just some examples of news outlets and news hounds both taking their message to the mobile market thanks to the free app marketplace at appcatch.com
For entrepreneurs, artists, and fans looking to enhance the power of their iPhone, Blackberry, or Android smartphone, the opportunity to download dynamic apps from appcatch.com has proved to be a boon. Join now and start downloading your favorite apps or uploading the apps you've developed and immediately share them with your social networks. Do you have an app idea but not sure how to get it from the idea stage to completion? Use the free app builder at appsbar.com and upon completion your app will automatically be included in the dynamic new appcatch marketplace.
Appcatch was launched in June of 2012 and initially served as free app market for users of the DIY app builder appsbar.com before expanding to include all app developers who wish to see their apps in the world-wide distribution channel. By making appcatch open to all app developers and app lovers, the company has furthered its goal of truly democratizing the app building and app user experience.
The group behind Appcatch was feted earlier this year, winning the New Tech Company of the Year title at the annual American Business Awards. The team was honored alongside other award winners like Apple and PayPal.