SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 14, 2013) - LifeApps Digital Media Inc. (
LifeApps has built a foundation for the future with their tutorial app codebase, currently in use on the MDWorkout app. MDWorkout, which has been a top five rated app in the App Store's Health & Fitness category, represents the foundation for LifeApps' future mHealth plans. Boasting an innovative icon based UI, heavy customization features, push alerts, in-app messaging, recording and aggregation of data, social sharing and a robust video management system the LifeApps tutorial app codebase sets the framework for future app enhancement updates and new mHealth apps from the company.
"Video is a key component in our mHealth apps, and users are eager to get more access to high quality video content and communications experiences," states Robert Gayman, CEO of LifeApps. "With the latest advances of in-app video delivery, multi-point communications and data management LifeApps will be building on our current platform with advanced communications and feature sets that will further enhance the content of our mHealth apps."
About LifeApps Digital Media Inc.
LifeApps is a digital media company focusing on health, fitness, sports publications, and next-generation social networks. The company is a leading, authorized developer, publisher and licensee for Apple iOS -- iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad -- and Android tablets on Google Play and Kindle Fire and Androids via Amazon Mobile Marketplace. Health, fitness and sports enthusiasts can benefit from the expertise of top-tier sports physicians, performance fitness trainers and professional athletes through LifeApps® multi-sport and fitness publications and mobile apps. These subject matter experts create the skills, drills and workouts that are featured in the family of LifeApps® Digital Media products and publications.
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