HANGZHOU, China, May 10, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) –
Sky-mobi Limited (“Sky-mobi” or the “Company”)
, a leading mobile application store and mobile social network community operator in China, today announced the launch of its new smart Android products during the 2012 Global Mobile Internet Conference (“GMIC”) on May 11, 2012 in Beijing.
Mr. Michael Song, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sky-mobi was one of the keynote speakers and formally introduced a series of new Android products, including the Android application store and PC suite, Android social gaming platform, and Android payment solution for developers. The new Android products are supported by Sky-mobi’s industry leading operational platform, including information data centers with up to 99.96% reliability, 24-hour client service, industry leading download speeds and fully integrated, seamless mobile payment capabilities.
“We are excited about the commercial launch of our new smart phone products and believe they will be well received by customers, handset manufacturers and developers alike,” commented Mr. Michael Song, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sky-mobi. “Our application store is ground breaking in the industry combining a new online and offline store model for mobile applications. With a portfolio of competitive Android products offering immediate monetization opportunities and supported by our strong operational platform, we look forward to establishing a strong foothold in the low cost smart phone market and maintaining our position as one of China’s leading mobile internet companies.”
About Global Mobile Internet Conference
The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) is Asia’s largest and most elite mobile Internet conference, drawing more than 1,400 attendees and nearly 1,600 mobile developers from 26 countries around the world in 2011. It is specifically designed for mobile Internet leaders to connect with each other, to learn from top industry influencers, and to promote their initiatives. The Global Mobile Internet Conference 2012 will be the fourth iteration of the GMIC conference and is hosted by the Great Wall Club, the leading network-based CEO club in the global mobile Internet industry. GMIC 2012 continues to aim to be at the frontier of the mobile Internet landscape to bring together leaders, influencers, and executives in mobile Internet from around the globe. For more information, please visit:
About Sky-mobi Limited
Sky-mobi Limited operates the leading mobile application store in China as measured by revenues in 2010, according to Analysys International. The company works with handset companies to pre-install its Maopao mobile application store on handsets and with content providers to provide users with applications and content titles. Users of its Maopao store can browse, download, and enjoy a range of applications and content, such as single-player games, mobile music, and books. The Company’s Maopao store enables mobile applications and content to be downloaded and run on various mobile handsets with different hardware and operating system configurations. The company also operates a mobile social network community in China, the Maopao Community, where it offers mobile social games, as well as applications and content with social network functions to its registered members. The Company is based in Hangzhou, the People’s Republic of China. For more information, please visit:
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