SOURCE: Apptigo International, Inc.

Apptigo International, Inc.

March 15, 2016 12:37 ET

"Rate My Pussycat" Cat Lovers & Adoption App Enters Into Android Beta

Apptigo International Continues to Stroke Cat Community

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - Mar 15, 2016) - Fresh on the heels of the successful launch of Rate My Pussycat (RMPC) in the Apple App Store, Apptigo International (OTC PINK: APPG) has answered the high demand from both the adoption agencies it has been working with and its loyal following of 120,000 Facebook fans and entered RMPC into the Beta stage for the Android mobile market.

"Our model has always been to release and perfect our apps on iPhones first, and then port them to Android as a much more refined and finished app," said President David Steinberg. "Our cat friends have been meowing like crazy with the request for the Android version, and we're happy to announce we've moved into the full beta production phase for releasing RMPC into the Google Play store."

The Android version will be free to download, and revenue streams will be generated via ads within the app, future sponsorship opportunities and upsells for customizing user's cat pictures.

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