appcatch.com has become a haven for sports fans who have turned out in record numbers to support their fans with a series of fan apps that pay homage to their professional sports teams.
There are no other fans like football fans and no other football fans like Packer fans. The Packers Fans app on appcatch.com is a hub of activity around game day and everyday with this dynamic app that has game video, social networking sites, and even a function to buy Packers tickets.
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 for free, a proliferation of fan apps was bound to take place.
Packers fans aren't the only ones who have jumped on board. Fans of the Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Clippers, Florida and Carolina Panthers, and even one fan of baseball player Nick Johnson's mustache have gotten into the mobile technology act.
Sports apps are not limited to professional teams as college and youth teams are feted here as well. Appcatch's dynamic site boasts over 100 pages of sports apps.
Professional teams are not the only ones getting into the act as teams from youth and recreational leagues are developing apps as well.
The Berwick Youth Football League uses the app to disseminate schedules, track standings, and recent scores. Parents are using the app for scheduling, but are also able to upload photos and videos of their young superstars in action.
And these apps aren't just for football.
Cory Spinks uses appcatch.com to distribute his sports related app to his fans and fans of boxing in general. He is a former IBF Light middleweight champion, and a former undisputed Welterweight Champion.
Spinks is the son of former heavyweight champion of the world Leon Spinks and the nephew of former light heavyweight and heavyweight world champion Michael Spinks. He is one of three boxing brothers: older brother Leon Calvin was a top St. Louis amateur and 2-0 as a pro when he was murdered in 1990, older brother Darrell Spinks is a retired pro.
The Spinks Jinx app delivers the goods with videos of the champ's recent bouts, upcoming fight schedule, and links to his Twitter and Facebook accounts.
If you are looking to enhance the power of your smartphone, load it with some apps from appcatch.com. 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.
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.