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December 29, 2009

i-Mobilize Teams Up with Christine Dolce to Deliver iPhone Application

By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor

There are various types of applications designed for iPhone (News - Alert) users. They range from pure functional applications to fun filled applications that keep the users glued to their iPhones. Now, i-Mobilize, a subsidiary of Metatron, has partnered with Christine Dolce to create a new lifestyle application for the iPhone.

Like the Internet, the mobile world is going through constant evolution. The mobile phone has stopped being a simple voice device and has transformed to mobile computer characterized by a growing number of diverse applications.

In a release, Joe Riehl, Metatron CEO of i-Mobilize, said, “This app is the first in the series of actors, celebrity and famous model apps to be released over the next quarter. We are on track to deliver more than 10,000 movies, videos, songs, ebooks, audiobooks and games by Spring 2010. We are on track to reach our goal of becoming the fourth largest content distributor in the mobile space in 2010.”

Recently, the company signed a long term relationship deal with A3 Network to publish a series of iTunes Applications. A3 Network is one of the Internet's fastest growing and hottest streaming video developers. A3 The Night, Life & Style Network is America's first local lifestyle channel featuring nightlife, fashion, restaurants, real estate, entertainment news and high-energy music.

Also known as 'ForBiddeN,' Christine Dolce is the Proclaimed 'Queen of MySpace (News - Alert)' by Vanity Fair magazine and the 'Tyra Banks Show.' Dolce is said to have one of the all-time most popular MySpace online profiles. The lady has 2 million 'friends and fans' on MySpace. Dolce is one of the site's top three most popular members ever out of the over 150 million profiles on the site.

Christine Dolce has designed her own fashion line, Twisted Elegance Clothing, and has participated mainstream modeling. Dolce first appeared in the October 2006 issue of the Playboy magazine. Apart from this, she has appeared in Stuff, FHM and Rolling Stone magazines and was named the Naughtiest Cybervixen on the Spike TV Guy's Choice Awards in 2007.

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Patrick Barnard

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