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Four New and Noteworthy Apps in Three Months for Social Jitney

Four New and Noteworthy Apps in Three Months for Social Jitney

Sunnyvale, California – Developer Social Jitney’s applications are once again a hit with iTunes. In consecutive weeks in February, two travel applications developed by Social Jitney for client Feel Social have been featured as New and Noteworthy in Travel by the U.S. iTunes store. “It gets even better than that,” said a Feel Social rep, “not only have our North European, and Israel City Guides for the iPad been featured by the iTunes U.S. store, but our Bahamas, Central European, Myanmar and Egypt City Guides have been selected as “New and Noteworthy” by iTunes stores in Canada, The Netherlands, Sweden and the UK.
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iTunes is charmed - two Social Jitney apps are New and Noteworthy

iTunes is charmed – two Social Jitney apps are New and Noteworthy

Sunnyvale, California – iTunes is charmed – two Social Jitney apps are awarded “New and Noteworthy” status in just two weeks. Social Jitney developed “New and Noteworthy” apps “Say No To Police” and “The Story Home” for their clients, Ralph Behr ESQ, and for children’s educators The Story Home. Social Jitney, a major developer of mobile applications for the iPhone and Android platform, makes top quality apps for their clients.
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Social Jitney delivers another hit iPhone application: Say No to Police

Social Jitney delivers another hit iPhone application: Say No to Police

Sunnyvale, California – Social Jitney delivers another hit iPhone application: Say No to Police. Say No to Police was released on November 19, 2010 and was immediately featured as “New and Noteworthy” in the Reference category by Apple’s iTunes. As of November 29, 2010 the application is #2 on the reference list. Social Jitney’s Alphabets in the Zoo, created for client Googly, was a “New and Noteworthy” iPad application and reached #1 on the education chart. Say No to Police was created for criminal law expert Ralph Behr, ESQ. Say No to Police teaches individuals their rights when dealing with law enforcement.
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