My Personal Motivator for iPhone

My Personal Motivator (MPM) is the follow up release to iTalk to God and the derivative suite, the Biblical Encouragement Series. MPM spent some time in the Top 100 in the Lifestyle category on the Apple App Store, and in Australia, peaked in the top 20 in the same category.

Brief Overview

Launched in early 2010, MPM took the same concept as iTalk to God but used quotes from famous actors, authors, leaders, etc, in the place of biblical scripture. With so many quote apps on the market keeping the same concept, “How are You Feeling Today” has helped us claim a piece of that market share as our own. Personalization has become a key differentiator for WorldLink and our reference applications.

Here’s how the app works:

Start by selecting an emotion category describing how you are currently feeling. There are over 100 different emotions available to choose from. Then let My Personal Motivator encourage you with motivational and inspirational quotes from more than a thousand famous world figures and inspirational authors.

The app is compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch, iPhone OS 2.0 or later and is available on the iTunes App Store for 99 cents.

Click here for additional details

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About WorldLink, Inc.
WorldLink Apps, a division of WorldLink, Inc, is a full service, end-to-end mobile solution development organization in Dallas, TX. We offer our clients the highest level of consultative and development services for today’s smartphone market. Our in-house mobile experts work with enterprises of all sizes from Fortune 100 organizations to start-ups.

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