TagLikeMe Developing New User Interface and iOS/iPad Versions (TAGG)

The development team at TagLikeMe (OTC: TAGG) is working on new changes to its interface in the mobile versions as well as development of iOS/iPad versions of the social search and sharing site TagLikeMe.com. The new interface version, due to be released sometime soon, will be version 4.0 of TagLikeMe’s online presence. This new version is supposed to bring new features as well as a completely redesigned user interface to the table.

A shared social information network, TagLikeMe.com allows users to search, tag and share all types of digital content that is released publicly as well as privately through the use of cloud based technology. The benefit of using the website and its social sharing is that all online digital content can be managed, tagged and shared from a single virtual location.

New Additions

TagLikeMe intends to change the website’s current user interface and appearance to give it a more refined and integrated outlook. These new features include key positioning of the current features, as well as redesigned elements that are geared at making the user experience more satisfying and easy.

iOS/iPad Version

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) products (iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone) have crossed the 200-million-sold benchmark months ago. This brings about the need for representation in companies like TagLikeMe. The President and CEO of TagLikeMe, Richard Elliot-Square, recently said, “We have commenced our app development for mobile platforms. We are targeting the release of TagLikeMe for iOS/iPad as our first mobile app out of the gate. We recognize that this market represents a tremendous opportunity both to attract new users, and see our technology adopted by heavy users in the mobile community. We will include our best features and optimize the technology to utilize Apple’s advanced retina display, among other advances. I believe our users will be thrilled with the new app.”

Just like the new user interface version 4.0, this app is set to release in the 4th quarter of this year. However, the approval from iTunes is still pending. Do not assume anything yet.

About TagLikeMe

TagLikeMe is the owner and sole operating body of TagLikeMe.com, which is a social search, tagging and interactive platform. Users can search and tag all sorts of digital content and information from famous search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing, while scouring social media websites like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter among others. This only makes the social media and marketing atmosphere more prolific. It also makes it more fun and captivating for users. This ability will interest some and allow social media marketers and companies to make use of another virtual tool.

Market Movement

With the release of these new versions on the horizon, this penny stock company has become one of the most actively traded stocks in the OTC markets. Its share prices have increased by over 115.5% to reach $0.236 per share.

Other closely-watched penny stock companies include Digerati Technologies (OTC: DTGI), which is recognized as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America for its cost-effective business communication solutions, and Safe Communications (OTC: SGTB), which is a provider of free and safe emailing and texting options for children. You really cannot go wrong if your intention is to protect children.

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