iPhone App goes Dead
Stamford, Connecticut – Partial Fraction, LLC, the creator of the iPhone App, Hip Hop Mobile, today joins celebrities in support of “Keep A Child Alive” with its own digital online sacrifice. Celebrities today started signing off of Facebook and Twitter in support of World Aids Day. Certain celebrities have taken a pledge to sign off from Twitter and Facebook until a predetermined dollar amount is met. Hip Hop Mobile has pledged to sign off from its promotional hip hop new sharing twitter account, as well as, not release any new versions of the application during the length of its digital death.
“We have a special place in our hearts for social sharing and the usage of technology for the general purpose of social good.”, says App Creator Kevin Brown, “While we aren’t able to raise as much as a celebrity, we have pledged a dollar amount of $500 for others to buy our digital life back. The $500 dollar digital life buy back amount could come from a single individuals or 50 different individuals but we genuinely regard the goal as achievable.”
Hip Hop Mobile for iPhone is a mobile app that allows for the aggregating and social sharing of hip hop news. The app is a popular hip hop app in the iTunes App Store that allows for the aggregation, searching and social sharing of hip hop news from online hip hop news sources.
Partial Fraction, LLC is a mobile application development startup company. Currently, its first and only iPhone app “Hip Hop Mobile” is available in the iTunes app store. The Hip Hop Mobile iphone app currently focuses on the aggregation, finding and social sharing of hip hop news. Copyright (C) 2010 Partial Fraction, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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