NowGamer.com has announced a new partnership with app creator Mobiles
Republic to bring gamers the latest news through new videogames mobile app,
Aggregating the latest news from around the world, the cutting-edge app is
available on iPhone, iPad, Android phones and Android tablets. Through the
app, users will have access to all the breaking news from NowGamer.com,
giving them unrivalled coverage of the latest happenings in the games
"I'm delighted NowGamer's content will be available through Appy Gamer on
iOS and Android," said Editor in Chief Nick Jones, "We believe this will
further increase NowGamer's burgeoning mobile presence. Through Appy Gamer
even more gamers will interact with the NowGamer.com brand and sample the
great content we have on the site."
"The launch of the new app Appy Gamer has given Mobiles Republic the perfect
opportunity to work with the top games news team at NowGamer.com. We are
delighted to have them on board and look forward to a long and fruitful
relationship" said Gilles Raymond, CEO of Mobiles Republic.
Appy Gamer is available in eight regional editions: USA, UK, Germany, Italy,
France, Spain, Latin America and International, and as a free download in
the "News" section of the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Launched in 2009, NowGamer.com is one of the UK's fastest-growing videogames
websites, with over 1 million unique users.
Founded in 2008, Mobiles Republic quickly established a reputation for
innovation and excellence in developing successful apps for smartphones,
tablets and connected devices. Mobiles Republic has developed TagNav©, a
semantic search and targeting solution that powers its News Republic, APPY
Geek, Sports Republic and Glam Life applications. The company has expanded
rapidly and has established strong relationships with over 300 leading
publishers and global media brands, as well as handset manufacturers and
mobile network operators.
Imagine Publishing is one of the UK's fastest-growing multimedia content
producers. Formed in May 2005, it now publishes 20 regular print magazines,
50 digital apps, over 200 bookazines, 25 websites and thousands of articles
every month in the technology, videogames, photography and knowledge/science
markets. An Imagine magazine is purchased every ten seconds.