|By Marketwired .||
|March 31, 2014 09:20 AM EDT||
DOVER, DE -- (Marketwired) -- 03/31/14 -- Metatron, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MRNJ)
METATRON, Inc., and its mobile app division i-Mobilize, a top digital media developer and distributor with a focus on packaging content for release in digital form that can enable personal transformation, announces its full year operating results for 2013, ending December 31, 2013.
For a second consecutive year, the company produced all-time record revenues and profits. In 2013, Metatron successfully launch more content as "freemium" Mega-Apps into the digital marketplace, while maintaining growth in the usage rate of long running Apps.
2013 Revenue was $730,751, a 27% year-over-year (YOY) increase from 2012 Revenue of $572,391, an all-time record for the company.
2013 Net Income (Profit) was $68,563, a 430% year-over-year (YOY) increase from 2012 Net Income of $12,917.
2013 Expenses were $662,118, an 18% increase from 2012 Expenses of $559,474.
2013 Q4 quarterly revenue $177,256, representing a 14% increase from 2012 Q4 revenue of $155,080.
Metatron's 2013 Annual Report has been published and can be found on the OTC Markets Website.
Our mobile subsidiary, i-Mobilize, has developed and released 2,000+ Apps for sale on the Apple and Google Play App platforms over the last 4 1/2 years. By the end of 2013, the company had 24 Mega and Subscription Apps selling globally, with a diverse portfolio of top content in the self-help, spirituality, travel, entertainment, and fitness genres. The company's top selling App, Relax and Sleep Well by Glenn Harrold, has been downloaded to over 2 million+ distinct users, and the App's footprint is global and growing. To-date, our Apps have generated over $2.0+ million in worldwide sales and have been downloaded over 3.5 million times and updated nearly 3 million times. Ad Impressions, an indicator of revenue earned via advertising, increased from 9.7 million in 2012, to 28.7 million in 2013, a strong 195% increase YOY.
2013 was a record revenue year for Metatron, as much of our "Apped" content maintained high retention rates while demonstrating timeless relevance. Contrary to most new apps, where decay in use is typical over time, our top downloaded apps continued to grow their user base month after month in 2013. Entering 2014, Management continues to expand into new and popular areas of content such as social media and entertainment/video apps. The adoption and use of content in digital form as Apps is in its early days, and a virtual endless amount of content has yet to be released in the preferred app digital format. With nearly 5 years of proven expertise in conceiving, creating, and monetizing apps, Metatron is well positioned to build upon its success in the coming calendar year.
About Metatron, Inc.
Metatron, Inc. is a corporate network of highly-related fast growing multi-sector businesses that transact through the Internet and mobile devices. We harness the power of technology to make people's lives more productive and enjoyable in today's connected world. Metatron companies operate in the hottest business sectors including online dating, credit card processing, next-gen relational database development, search engine advertising optimization, and mobile device applications.
Metatron, Inc. Corporate Website: http://metatroninc.com/
i-Mobilize Website: http://i-mobilize.com
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