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Monster Arts Partners with Opera Mobile Store, Adding Distribution for Monster Offers App and Suite of Casual Games

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SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. - Monster Arts (MONT), formerly Monster Offers, a leading mobile marketing and app technology innovator focused on mobile advertising consulting, Daily Deal aggregation, and more, announced today that it has partnered with Opera Mobile Store, an application store that features more than 100,000 apps that are downloaded by over 60,000,000 monthly visitors.

Monster Arts sees a great potential in the mobile store, whose user traffic has doubled since last year. 5,336 new developers have joined the Opera Mobile Store and published 11,546 new apps during the last month alone, and many developers have quickly reached the million download mark after publishing apps on the platform. Monster Arts seeks to increase downloads of their popular daily deals aggregation app, Monster Offers, as well as their suite of casual games.

“We see this move as a way of getting our great apps and games into more hands,” commented Monster Arts CEO Wayne Irving II. “Users and developers alike seem to agree that there is much value to be had in the Opera Mobile Store, especially if the numbers are any indication. I especially appreciate how Opera uses PayPal mobile as a primary payment method, you see, this allows the entire prepaid Smartphone world (the fastest growing sector), and others access to paid apps, where they may not have access before.”

The Opera Mobile Store features over 100,000 apps and appears to be growing at more than 100% per year. Opera Mobile Store serves 230 Countries and boasts 1,800,000 downloads per month.

For access to Monster Arts apps on Opera, click here: http://apps.opera.com

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