Info2cell developing apps for Jordan

Mobile developer targeting Jordanian market with tailor made apps

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Info2cell developing apps for Jordan Info2cell wants to tap into the growing mobile user base in Jordan, says Dahabra.
By  Mark Sutton Published  May 21, 2012

Mobile developer Info2cell.com is developing more apps and solutions for mobile users in Jordan.

The new applications are tailor made for the Jordanian market, which is expected to have a mobile penetration rate of 133% by 2015, according to BMI figures.

The apps aim to harness Jordan's growing subscriber base for 3G services, and to offer improved experiences with services such as video streaming, the company said.

Bashar Al Dahabra, founder and CEO, Info2cell.com, said, "These are exciting times for Jordan's mobile market, which is growing at a rapid pace. The increase in subscribers is also being accompanied with the demand for more apps and services that can best fit their lifestyles. Aiming to address this demand, we are now looking to develop strategic apps, services and solutions that will be entertaining, informative and highly useful to subscribers. We will also continue to remain steadfast in our aim to provide our customers with world-class services, thereby strengthening our presence across the Middle East region in general and Jordan in particular."

Info2cell.com has already launched some services for Jordanian subscribers, such as ‘For Woman' iPhone app, a health and lifestyle app that includes calendar and a status bar with predictive tools for planning day-to-day activities and special events.

818 days ago
Raja Seikaly

Bashar, all I will say you and few others have and will always be Jordan's pride. Maybe if we have a 1000 people like you we might pose real competition to Silicon Valley. God Bless you at all times.

1906 days ago
Akram Jawhary

Well done, Bashar. I'm glad to hear about such dynamic in our field. As for the development I'm all for it!! good idea. After all, Science & Medicine did prove our grey matter cells' function differently from our better halves'. So if you can cater for that specifically, you can capitalize on it. You can also think about a 'for Men App'! Akram Jawhary!

1914 days ago
sameer kattan

all the best Eng.Bashar

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