Tokyo, Japan – bestcreate corp. announces the immediate US release of Meeti, the visually based app discovery tool for iPad. Developed in Japan and featuring a stunning interactive display, this cutting edge app discovery platform allows users to explore the latest apps by browsing through a virtually endless number of screenshots. Easy to use, beautifully laid out, and original in its execution, Meeti is the hassle free app finding solution for those in the know.
Meeti features a gorgeous tile layout of app screenshots that enables users to browse the most recently approved and updated apps straight from Apple. Simple 360-degree swiping and sorting by category lets iPad owners uncover and intuitively select new, interesting apps. Furthermore, Meeti will be released for free in the US App Store, allowing US users to experience this hit Japanese app at no cost.
Meeti features include:
* Avant-garde tile display that allows for visual sampling of new apps
* Smooth, 360-degree swipe capabilities
* Quick sort by category to suit specific interests
* One-click refreshing to quickly view a variety of the most recently released apps
* Interactive “Watchlist” lets users track their favorite apps for future updates
“Meeti is one of the most original and aesthetically pleasing app discovery tools on the market,” said Yusuke Oasa, producer of the Meeti app. “While the visual aspect of Meeti brings in new users, it is the ease, user capabilities, and capacity for the latest apps from Apple that keeps users engaged over time. Simply put, Meeti is the premier visual search for app discovery, bar none.”
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later
* 1.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
meet i 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
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