App development and distribution platform Shareable Apps has launched in the U.S., having opened an office in Silicon Valley, and recruited new team members in several cities. The platform uses a technology called Adapptr to avoid the need to publish apps in an app store in order to share them. Instead, it shares cross-platform apps directly regardless of the OS installed.
Shareable Apps has launched its app development and distribution service in the U.S.
Adam Friedman, CEO and founder of Shareable Apps, said:
“We’ve now recruited local talent in San Francisco, New York and LA to service our U.S. customers. A large proportion of our clients are headquartered in the United States, therefore establishing a local presence allows us to better service our existing clients and manage the organic growth we are experiencing in the American market. Mobile devices are driving demand for new and innovative ways to share content seamlessly with users and we look forward to responding to that need with our dynamic platform.”
Shareable Apps first launched back in 2013, and has worked with 16,000 customers globally since then, sharing more than 50,000 apps. It counts names such as Universal Music, the BBC, and Clearasil among its clients.
You can learn more about Shareable Apps by visiting its website here.