SOURCE: Discovery Minerals Ltd.
RENO, NV--(Marketwired - Dec 23, 2013) - Discovery Minerals, Ltd. (OTC Pink: DSCR) is excited to inform its shareholders that the demo version of its newly developed Mining Application is available at the following link: http://youtu.be/u2W0dWGytVw. The application demo will soon be available along with screenshots on the corporate website shortly.
Mr. Russell Smith, CEO, stated, "We have made significant progress in the development of this application. Once the remaining functionality has been completed, we anticipate having a working version for download in approximately one week."
"This important app is a valuable tool for our shareholders to learn up-to-the-minute news about the company and its core businesses", Discovery's Chief Operating Officer, Henry Manayan, remarked. "It enables them to see and understand what the company is doing and how it is creating value in the process", Manayan added.
About Discovery Minerals Ltd.
Discovery Minerals Ltd. (Frankfurt WKN: A0LB3X, Kurzel: D7Z) (OTC Pink: DSCR) is a production-stage company formed to acquire and develop natural resource properties. Activities include gold, precious metals and petroleum minerals, including rare earth minerals production and sales. The Company initiated a new program to evaluate undervalued assets, including clean-tech and alternative energy investments, for potential addition to its portfolio.
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