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Mobile Destination, Inc. Signs On to Sell SnapOne, Inc.'s Cloud Services

Individuals and Families Throughout East, Central and South Texas Can Now Access Complete Security for Devices, Data and People Through Their Local Mobile Destination-Verizon Wireless Store

NACOGDOCHES, Texas, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SnapOne, Inc., a fast-growing developer of consumer cloud applications, today announced that Mobile Destination, Inc., a Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer in Texas, has signed on to offer the Snap One® application suite in the company's 18 stores. The subscription-based security, synchronization and media streaming apps help Mobile Destination to meet the growing mobile security and content management needs of their customers.

"We are excited to introduce Snap One at a time when many customers are looking for a single solution to secure and manage their devices, data and family members," said Rene Chavarria, President and CEO of Mobile Destination, Inc.  "Snap One offers the features that allow our customers to take control of their digital lives. Comprehensiveness and simplicity are the key qualities of the product and we're happy to offer this unique service."

"Mobile Destination expands our geographical reach and allows us to bring our service to consumers who may not otherwise be aware of Snap One," said Jiren Parikh, President and CEO of SnapOne, Inc. "Each time we enter a new market, we're excited to offer people a new solution that helps make their lives and data more secure."

Snap One® is a suite of apps that includes Snap Secure®, Snap Sync™ and Snap Play™, and allows individuals and families to easily secure, sync, back up, stream and share their digital lives through a secure, centralized cloud. Snap One® subscribers can add up to six users, 1 TB of cloud storage and unlimited devices to one account. Rollout of the service is already underway, giving Mobile Destination customers immediate access to the most comprehensive mobile security and content management service on the market.

Consumers can buy Snap One® at Mobile Destination stores, and other retail locations throughout North America, and immediately download the applications onto their devices. Snap One® is currently available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices, as well as Windows and Apple personal computers.

About SnapOne, Inc.
SnapOne, Inc. is a fast-growing developer of consumer and family cloud applications and underlying platform. The company's Snap One®, Snap Secure®, Snap Sync™, Snap Play™ and Snap FamilySafe™ brands allow individuals and families to leverage the cloud with simple yet powerful applications for securing data, devices and people, and synchronizing, streaming and managing their entire digital life across a broad range of devices. Its products and services are available globally through smartphone app stores, retailers and select channel partners as branded and co-branded offerings. SnapOne, Inc. is headquartered in Princeton, N.J. with offices located worldwide. Learn more at www.snapone.com.

About Mobile Destination
Mobile Destination is a Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer with 18 locations throughout Texas. The company offers new service plans, phone upgrades, insurance claim assistance and phone data transfers to customers. To learn more, please visit www.mobiledestination.com.

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SOURCE SnapOne, Inc.

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