Swordfish Financial Unveils News and Entertainment Android App
February 26, 2013
By Carolyn J Dawson
, TMCnet Contributor
Swordfish Financial, Inc. has unveiled a News and Entertainment application for Android (News - Alert). Smartphone users using Android 2.2 or higher can download the latest Swordfish News and Entertainment App from Google Play Store.
The introduction of the app is one of the several breaks proclaimed by SFI at the start of the year. In 2013, the organization aims to penetrate the smart market and generate a new source of revenue.
In a statement, Mr. Clark Ortiz, CEO of Swordfish Financial Inc. said, "Our Application will provide a steady stream of income via advertisement through an agreement with Google Advertising, AdMob (News - Alert) and AirPush, Inc. Our subscription version is available in 2Q. A few of our content providers are CNN, Fox, ABC, CBS and many independent web series producers."
According to Strategy Analytics (News - Alert), in-app advertising is now a budding market worth $1.7 billion. According to Gartner (News - Alert) Research, the in-app market is expected to cross $20 billion by 2015.
Mr. Ortiz said, "Along with our pending merger with iPoint TV our next 24 months will be exciting."
Swordfish Financial, Inc is a publicly held diversified financial organization. SFI purchases undercapitalized resources with an enhanced level of prosperity in the digital, entertainment and smart technology industries. With an aim of augmenting investor worth, the organization offers important prospect of loans and or investment in small and medium sized companies.
The organization’s key offerings are acquisition and provision of funds for enterprises in the present underserved humanitarian and eco-friendly markets. Companies will be able to compete more successfully, enhance operations and augment shareholder value using the funding received from SFI.
With a focus on B2B and B2C, SFI aims to invest in the technological verticals of products like LIVE Streaming, App Development, Broadcast studios, Hardware devices, HD programming and retransmission partnerships among others.
Edited by Brooke Neuman