NICOSIA, CYPRUS, August 03, 2012 (Press-News.org) Online Casino Archives is proud to announce an upgrade of mobile apps reviews. The onset of the Olympics was the site's first opportunity to showcase the expanded mobile news and games section.
Mobile apps are quickly surpassing social apps in being essential to consumers for work and play. The business of mobile apps is expected to grow from a $6 billion industry in 2012 to a $55.7 billion industry in 2015. Online Casino Archives believes that providing information on mobile gaming, sports and lifestyle apps to smartphone and tablet users is of the utmost importance.
The expanded mobile apps coverage began in June with a review of Zynga Slots, one of the most anticipated mobile releases of the year. Online Casino Archives reviewed the app and offered a business perspective that went beyond the typical consumer viewpoint. The site aspires to provide both. The consumer is the market maker of all things mobile while the business perspective offers added value to our audience.
In early July, Online Casino Archives launched its extended Olympics coverage. The first review of the official London 2012 Results mobile app appeared on July 8. A day later, the second Olympics app, Join In, was reviewed. As most people are out and about during the day, the Results app is the best way for billions of fans to stay updated during the day. Informed readers knew which app to download and were able to familiarize themselves with it before the games began.
Online Casino Archives reviewed the newly released WSOP (World Series of Poker) app and reported on Electronic Arts' partnership with the WSOP to develop an Authentic Poker app. This intersection of video games and gaming is one of the most important trends going on in entertainment today. When EA collaborates with a Las Vegas icon such as the WSOP, is the result a video game or is it one of many new online casino games? Likewise, is Zynga Slots a mobile game or social casino? Online Casino Archives will continue to explore these fascinating fusions of technology.
Online Casino Archives aspires to be the best source for the latest mobile news and analysis. Our editors are always scouring the mobile apps market for new releases. The site will continue to cover the phenomenon of mobile gaming.
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Online Casino Archives Ramps Up Mobile Apps Reviews
Online Casino Archives is proud to announce an upgrade of mobile apps reviews. The news site is expanding its coverage of the merging of video games and gaming.
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