URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Illinois, June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Abbey Laurel-Smith, former candidate Mayor City of New York, 2013, says, "I am not anti-Google or anti-Facebook. No. My apps, GutMojo, iGiggled and Margrit Vogt, just happen to be humanoid assistants with 'off-grid, on-grid browsing and pro-privacy' leanings. To the public, new trend in technology. But as an undercurrent, I'd say, it has been running for a while. It is more like an intranet thing and I've just moved us back into that zone.
"They are the only browser-app that allow the user to constantly stream news, chat, tweet and multi- browse -- Google, Twitter, Facebook on a tablet screen without closing one page for the other."
GutMojo, a mobile browser and a news filter. Main focus -- student rentals and travel directory in the US, but turned out a shopping wallet in Russia and China. Suitable for 12-year olds. It can be used by anyone looking for deals, coupons, cheap flights, bargains, restaurants or pet news. It has push notification, free phone, chat, geo-fencing and tons of rich media features.
Fielded at election campaigns in India and the EU. Will soon be at the World Cup in Brazil, the mid-term elections in the US, and Indonesia.
App "Margrit Vogt" is a teaching aid. Allows a teacher, an instructor or a professor to digitally do a lot of things - right from inside the app on his or her phone.
iGiggled, a baby care app and the ultimate family album. A household focused app that allows every member of the family to keep contact, stay in touch all day long without using up the family plan. Multiple users like nanny, baby sitter, family driver, maid or any authorized user could operate easily from inside the app.
So, go download on the Apple stores and Google play. Create an app ID for your kids and start family sharing.
Build a fan wall, keep friends and followers happy. And we'll constantly update rich media and contents for you at GutMojo.com.
CONTACT: Abbey Laurel-Smith, +1-702-546-5431, firstname.lastname@example.org