Mobile app developer TexTango releases new version of free BlackBerry and Android app that pays users for sending text messages which include a small advertisement
SAN DIEGO – TexTango, a mobile advertising network that compensates its members for sending SMS text messages, announced the official release of their “Beta” texting application available for free download on BlackBerry and Android devices.
“We are very excited to release the Beta version of TexTango,” said Kris Golshan, VP of Business Development for TexTango. “Based on what we have learned from our successful alpha release, we are finally able to compensate our members for doing what they do every day- texting their friends.”
“Brands can now reach their target audience in the most creative, viral and personalized fashion in order to create loyalty,” Golshan added. “Celebrities get paid to endorse brands every day, so why not the average person?”
Each time a member sends a text, an un-intrusive, yet catchy banner message from the sponsoring brand is automatically attached. For every text sent to friends and family, the sponsor compensates them for reaching their target audience. It’s a true win-win situation. For more information, people are encouraged to visit www.TexTango.com.
BlackBerry and BlackBerry App World are registered trademarks of Research in Motion Limited (RIM). Android and Android Marketplace are registered trademarks of Google, Inc. TexTango is in no way affiliated with Research in Motion Limited or Google, Inc.
TexTango is a privately-held corporation headquartered in San Diego, California; a leading mobile marketing company “for the people and by the people,” monetizing the SMS mobile text message channel at the intersection of mobile advertising and consumer communications. More information and free download of the TexTango mobile application are available at www.TexTango.com.