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Moms With Apps New iPhone App

MOBICIPNEWS on February 21, 2011

The Moms With Apps developer group has created a new iOS app available in the iTunes App Store. Moms With Apps is a catalog of great children's and family-friendly apps.  Parents and educators can search by educational category and age groups to discover and learn about new apps and developers. Apple has featured this app in iTunes at #1 in the Education section's New and Noteworthy list.  Mobicip is a long standing member of Moms With Apps and is featured in the new app under, App > Parents > Education > Mobicip Safe Browser.  The MomsWithApps new app is free and you can download it here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moms-with-apps/id416039568?mt=8

To support MWA App Friday initiative, Mobicip is offering 10% off their premium service this App Friday. To get more information, visit http://momswithapps.com/2011/02/18/app-friday-mixeroo-ants-and-gunther/ and scroll to "SURF SAFELY."

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