appubator aims to turn your mobile software dreams into reality

appubator-logo We all have great ideas for the next killer smartphone application that will serve out needs perfectly.  Unfortunately the vast majority of us lack the skills to make our vision a reality.

That’s where appubator comes in. The company is offering to listen to your ideas, and if it seems like a viable proposition, make the app for free and give you 30% of the revenue from the sale of the application.

Read their press release below.

appubator, Inc. today announced the launch of the company and its website at Appubator, which stands for (mobile) application incubator seeks to bring to market new mobile applications ‘apps’ through partnering with the general public. Its business model combines the ideas of mobile phone users with the appubator’s capital and development resources to bring new mobile applications to market on the major Smartphone platforms (iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile). Once launched, the submitter receives a 30% share of revenues received from the sale of the application.

“I run into people every day who have great ideas for new mobile ‘apps’. Just as quickly as the ideas start flowing, people are hit with the realization that they don’t know where to begin to bring their ‘app’ ideas to light”, said Laney Dale, CEO of appubator. “Through our company, we will help people make their apps a reality and provide a compelling income opportunity through the booming mobile application market”.

A key part of the appubator process is the company’s secure website and mobile submission applications. The mobile apps, soon to be available through iTunes (supporting iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad) and the Android Market (Android OS mobile Smartphones) allow users to send the company their submissions whenever an idea strikes.

The mobile application market presents a tremendous revenue opportunity for appubator. The British research and consulting firm WirelessExpertise recently published a report which suggests that the number of global Smartphone users is expected to reach 1.6 billion by 2013. The researchers also predict that the mobile applications market, currently estimated at $4B for 2009, could grow as large as $166 billion by 2013.

Development on its first round of applications is already underway with the first products available for sale in the first quarter of 2010 and supporting the major Smartphone platforms  (iPhone, Android and Windows Phone). appubator encourages mobile phone users with great ideas for new ‘apps’ to visit their website at and click on the “Submit Ideas” link.

So if you have a great idea for an app you now have the opportunity not just to turn it into reality, but actually make money of it.

Read more at at appubator here.

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