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And while Apptigo remains below the radar, there is also the chance that it’s scooped up in an acquisition buyout. There is great precedent for this.


We’ve seen that happen time and again in the app development space, with the acquired company being valued at some incredibly huge numbers:

A recent round of private financing has provided the capital needed to continue developing the apps in Apptigo’s pipeline. And once introduced, those apps should fare well in the marketplace.

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And what’s really nice is that my research into Apptigo reveals that the company’s numbers are actually pretty conservative.


Why? Well it turns out that the mobile application software business is not only much bigger, but it’s also much more profitable, than I had initially realized. (In 2013, an estimated 80 billion apps were downloaded, generating $68 billion in revenue!)

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To make above-average profits, concentrate on stocks receiving below-average attention.


That’s why I’ve turned my eye towards the fast-growing $68 BILLION mobile app sector—a tech sector that didn’t even exist 6 years ago.


And one little-known tech company I want to document in this Mobile App Boom could be well-positioned to take advantage of this historic trend.


When I read Apptigo’s (OTCBB: APPG) business plan and saw that the company is projecting 63 million downloads of its new THE SCORE™ app in its first 24 months of release, I had my doubts.


The proof is in my research


You see, I’m always skeptical of the outlandish forecasts business executives make about their companies. And I always investigate those forecasts thoroughly whenever I’m looking at a stock.

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Companies that make “apps” for smartphones and tablets are creating unprecedented wealth for shareholders. This is an industry that has grown from ZERO just 6 years ago to a staggering $68 billion industry.


The following is my analysis of Apptigo (APPG), a small tech firm I am documenting during this historic boom—a company ready to unveil 7 apps that could prove very exciting for both consumers and investors.

—Matt McCall, Editor
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App goes viral, shares soar 6,144%!


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I want you to know that Apptigo (APPG) is the kind of high-potential, under-the-radar stock I recommend to my subscribers.


 And I’ve just added it to my subscriber “Buy” list.


And the type of stock research you’ll find when you subscribe to my newsletter.


In just a moment, I’ll tell you more about Apptigo’s THE SCORE™ app... why I’m recommending this tech stock to my subscribers...and why it gives you insight into the type of under-the-radar stocks found only in my newsletter.

Plus, I’ll also explain how the company can make millions by giving the app away free. 


But first, let me share with you some of what my research uncovered about the mobile application software business...

“Ultimate leverage”

The mobile app development business has a distinctive profit dynamic that opens the door to huge profits for savvy investors who get in on the ground floor.


It's the role that capital plays—or to be more precise, the role capital doesn’t play.


Let me explain. Having the proverbial “better mousetrap” isn’t enough to succeed in many (if not most) industries. You need capital—often a lot of capital.


For example, let’s say you invent an automobile that gets 200 miles on a gallon of gas. Clearly a “better mousetrap.” But before you could sell a single vehicle, you’d have to invest tens of millions of dollars to build a factory, get government approvals, set up a network of dealerships, etc.


But the app development business is different

PROFIT DYNAMIC: Creativity, not capital. The app development process depends more on creativity than capital. A small company with great ideas can make millions for its shareholders, even if it operates with modest capital. (By the way, Apptigo has plenty of working capital, as you’ll discover momentarily.)


An app development company like Apptigo, Inc. (APPG) might spend $100,000 or $200,000 to create an app that ends up being worth hundreds of millions of dollars if it goes viral.


Not many businesses out there can create wealth like that. Even more amazing is the fact that this process can often be accomplished in less than a year!


These numbers may sound far-fetched to those who don’t fully appreciate the power of the Internet, but my research uncovered numerous examples...


  1. To spread quickly like a virus.

  2. To become extremely popular through messages passed by email or social networking sites.

  3. To spread rapidly via the Internet, email or other media.

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On September 18, 2012, GungHo Online Entertainment released its Puzzle & Dragons app at a time when its stock was going nowhere. The stock price began a slow, but steady, climb shortly thereafter.


News of the new gaming app spread, sales increased and the stock price began climbing faster. In the spring of 2013, the share price shot skyward and never looked back. On July 18, 2013, a mere 10 months after the app was released, GungHo’s share price had soared 6,144%.


Or take the case of Ateam, Inc. On June 25, 2013, it signed a deal with Microsoft to bring its Age of Empires gaming app to Apple’s iOS. A month later, the share price tripled.


Of course, these results aren’t typical and with any stock you invest in, your mileage may vary.


Puzzle & Dragons and Age of Empires are both gaming apps, the category that accounted for approximately 74% of all app revenue in 2013.


So it’s no surprise that Apptigo’s first app would be a gaming app. But theirs is a different kind of gaming app...

Gaming apps are the industry’s biggest moneymakers, but social interaction or dating apps aren’t far behind, accounting for more than $200 million in annual revenue—a number expected to grow to $2.3 billion by 2016.


Apptigo’s soon-to-be-released THE SCORE app is a cross between a dating app and a gaming app. Instead of targeting teens and preteens, THE SCORE is directed at the estimated tens of millions 18-and-over singles worldwide who use their smartphones and tablets to search for compatible partners.


Billed as “the ultimate interactive dating game,” THE SCORE allows individuals to determine their compatibility with another player by answering entertaining questions.


Once a player answers all the questions in a game, he or she receives a score based on how his or her answers compared with the other player’s.


The user’s smartphone or tablet then displays the other player’s profile picture and offers the option to chat with that player, play the game with a different person or quit.


Initially, 800 questions in 16 categories will be offered, with more added later.

Questions range from simple “true or false” to the more daring “have you ever” variety. While there are a number of competing apps, THE SCORE is the first to turn the hunt for a compatible partner into an entertaining game. It’s also one of the few that allows users to play anonymously. And it has the added advantage of being able to display the location of other players as pins on a map, making it easy for people to turn an online encounter into a real-world interaction.


As I compared THE SCORE to competing apps, I became more and more convinced that Apptigo’s projection of 63 million downloads in the first 2 years is entirely realistic.

To maximize downloads, THE SCORE will be offered as a free app from Google Play, the Apple App Store, iTunes and other app sites. Users then have the option of playing the game free with the app’s basic features, or making in-app purchases of one or more enhanced features:

Email Read Notification, which alerts the user when an email or text message sent to another player has been read.


First Impressions, which ensures that the user will be seen first by new members and get featured placements in the search results.


Highlighted Profile, which lets the user stand out from the crowd.


MatchTalk, which enables a user to contact potential matches by phone without revealing a telephone number.

Based on my research, if just 5% of THE SCORE™ users (the industry average) pay for an upgraded feature, Apptigo, Inc. could be generating revenue in excess of $23 million within just 1 year.


But there’s more in Apptigo’s development pipeline.

NEXT: Apptigo’s For Your Eyes Only encryption app

One of the apps in the company’s pipeline has the potential, in my opinion, to be even more valuable than THE SCORE. It’s called For Your Eyes Only and it’s designed to address a widespread (and growing) demand for privacy.


For Your Eyes Only allows users to encrypt everything (documents, photos, emails, etc.) sent from their smartphone or tablet to other users of the app. Recipients “unlock” the document using a special password that only they and the sender know.

If you’ve ever asked that question, you (and millions of other people just like you) are a prime prospect for 911 Pronto! That’s another app under development at Apptigo. This one allows you to use your smartphone to immediately locate a nearby police officer.


Just type in your ZIP code, and a map displays (in real time) all the police cruisers in your desired coverage area, which you can set to encompass any vicinity from several blocks or several miles.


The target market for this app consists of (primarily female) safety-minded individuals, travelers and urban dwellers.


The geo-location technology behind 911 Pronto also powers another app in the company’s pipeline

How many times have you wished for an easy way to find someone lost in a crowd or wandering around a shopping mall?


Well, thanks to the ingenious creative team at Apptigo, you will soon have an easy way to locate “lost” friends and family members.


The company’s forthcoming Find Me app allows a smartphone user to instantly display his or her location on a map on another person’s phone.


The user of this app has complete control. Turn it on and your friends can find you. Turn it off and you remain “lost.”


Additionally, if you want to constantly let others know where you are, you can enable that feature as well.

In every case, you can only be “found” by those you select, not the general public, an important privacy feature that makes this app more useful and much more marketable.

And as with For Your Eyes Only, a sale of Find Me could actually result in multiple sales since both the “lost” user and his or her friends and family members will need to download the app to their phone.


Apptigo management believes their target market is primarily 18–34 year olds, but I think Find Me will prove to have much broader appeal. Better yet, Apptigo has several more apps in its pipeline. If you’d like to read about them, click each picture in the sidebar on the right for a full biography.


And that brings us to what all this means for far-sighted investors who are savvy enough to pick up shares for today’s price of around $1.

Good news: Apptigo is still under the radar

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Apptigo’s THE SCORE really could see 63 million downloads


This app will have great appeal for everyone who values his or her privacy. And, let’s face it, that’s pretty much everyone these days, from rebellious teens seeking to thwart parental snooping to investment bankers sending confidential documents.


And because both the sender and the recipient need the app to communicate privately, every sale is actually two sales.


Although management has been reasonably forthcoming about apps under development, they’ve been reticent to talk about this one, leading me to suspect that it will be released sooner rather than later.


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In February of this year, Caesars acquired Pacific Interactive, a developer of social gaming apps, for a reported $90 million.


Facebook paid $19 billion for WhatsApp, a company with negligible revenue, no profits and only about 50 employees. And no, that’s not a typo. Facebook paid $19 billion, not $19 million.

Clearly, the big players are assigning some astounding valuations to start-up app companies. There’s no telling how they’ll view Apptigo.


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