MEDL Mobile’s App Incubator
If any of you read my article on cheating app DateMate, you’ll recognize the name MEDL Mobile. In this article, I’ll be writing about MEDL Mobile, and their quite interesting business.
The thing about the iphone, iPod touch and iPad is that anyone who’s used one has had an idea for a really good app. I know I’ve had ideas, and I’ll bet that you’ve had at least one too. That’s where MEDL Mobile’s App Incubator comes in. You can send in an idea to the App Incubator, and if it passes a series of tests and reviews, MEDL Mobile will create this app, promote and market it, and then share the profits with you.
There are two ways to submit ideas to the App Incubator. One, you can go to the website and submit it there, or you can go to their App Incubator iOS app and submit it right from your iPhone, so whenever you have an idea you can submit it like that.
Many App Store apps have been started as a submission into the App Incubator, to be created by MEDL Mobile. Shoot-em-up Flash Game Import Boxhead, which I own and didn’t even realize, has been born from the App Incubator. Other games to come from the App Incubator are Fruit Blast, a fruit blasting game as the name suggests, Ghost Recorder, an app which picks up ghostly noises in your home, Garage Sales, a sort of directory for all garage sales, Note To Obama, simply an app to leave a message for Brack Obama, and many more.
The latest app to come out of the App Incubator is 24/7 Chi, a guide for the belief that our bodies are powered by a universal energy force called “Chi.”