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Reach Messaging Distributes its First Premium Mobile Application
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
Reach Messaging Holdings, Inc., a social media development and distribution company dedicated to merging cutting-edge technology and real-time communications with entertaining content and feature-rich environments, announced the development and distribution of the Reston Town Center.
Reach Messaging, who helps companies extend their brands through customized mobile applications and Bots used on instant messaging (IM) platforms, has been in the Bot development business for America Online (AOL) since 2007. The company is moving to the mobile applications market and is now building numerous apps for social media platforms counting Facebook (News - Alert) and all of the major mobile devices like the iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and Digital Signage.
The Reston Town Center is the company’s first premium mobile application. It has all the tools required to make a visit to this famous Virginia lifestyle center a success. The lifestyle center is located just outside of Washington, D.C.
Users can learn about dining, shopping and entertainment at the Reston Town Center with this new mobile application. That includes making a reservation at a restaurant or finding out the movie schedules for local movie theatres. Users can access it by going to the iTunes app store and entering the keywords.
Reston is a world-renowned planned community. The first U.S. contemporary post-WorldWar II planned community, Reston is known for its broad wooded areas, beautiful parks, numerous golf courses and swimming pools, stunning streams and meadows , lakes, bike paths and far-reaching foot paths.
Shane Gau, the chief executive officer of Reach Messaging Holdings Inc., stated that this is the company’s first mobile application. This is about the company’s hometown and they believe that customers will be very satisfied by the quality as well as the quantity of information. Reach Messaging Holdings Inc. will be announcing a lot more new mobile applications in the near future.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Erin Monda