NEW HAVEN, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MEA Mobile said today that over four million mobile phone photos have been printed using its Printicular phone apps.
The free Printicular apps let people order prints of their mobile photos effortlessly through Walgreens in the USA or for home delivery worldwide.
MEA Mobile CEO, Rod Macfarlane, says that Printicular is a great example of the diversified and recurring revenue the company is achieving.
“Printicular is a great example of our strategy achieving break-out success in growth markets,” he says. “Our track record includes nine #1 apps in a range of different app store categories.”
In conjunction with its growth strategy, MEA Mobile intends to raise new capital in the immediate future and is targeting stock exchange listing.
MEA Mobile is a Product Lab and Creative Agency based in New Zealand and the USA.
“Printicular is just one of our more successful apps,” says Macfarlane. “It shows that physical prints are still the best way to turn digital images into the memories people want to cherish. Printicular now generates over a quarter of a million prints a month and growing.”
“Millions of prints means millions of smiles,” he says. “Our satisfied customers keep returning to Printicular for uncomplicated photo printing direct from their mobile phones.”
Macfarlane says that MEA Mobile’s Printicular photo printing app is available on all major mobile platforms.
- Photo-printing app Printicular, celebrates 4 million photos printed.
- Developer, MEA Mobile is targeting a short term capital raise and stock-exchange listing.
- MEA Mobile is a Product Lab & Creative Agency based in New Zealand and the USA.
About MEA Mobile
MEA Mobile is a Product Lab and Creative Agency. We're best known for advanced photo and video technologies including Printicular. Available on every major mobile platform, Printicular sets photos free with retail pickup and worldwide delivery. MEA Mobile also offers contract design, development and marketing services. The company is actively expanding with offices in Auckland, Hamilton, and Wellington, New Zealand and New Haven, Connecticut.