23 December 2009, Hoorn - Lunaforte the mobile application company based in the Netherlands is seeing strong growth in its mobile application business during 2009 with downloads exceeding 7 million copies over the year.
The strong growth of mobile game and application downloads throughout the year have been driven by the increased worldwide distribution coverage and the ongoing growth in consumer demand for fun and accessible mobile entertainment products.
Lunaforte has achieved the rapid growth in downloads with a focus on fun and mass-market products which include Air Traffic Controller 4.0 (touch), Ghost Maker, Smell Scanner, Reincarnation, Cheat Detector, If I were a Girl, 99 Dumbest Jokes, and many more mobile applications (30 in total) that in all have generated over 7 million downloads over 2009 with the final December figures still to be included.
Consumers can get a copy of a Lunaforte product in over 50 distribution channels worldwide including application stores like Nokia Ovi Store, BlackBerry AppWorld, Sony-Ericsson PlayNow Arena, Apple AppStore, Android Marketplace, GetJar, and cross more than 20 carrier channels in the US, Europe and Asia.
Richard Hazenberg, CEO at Lunaforte comments: "It's been a very interesting year to say the least. We’ve seen our business transform during the course of the year from a niche mobile gaming company to a company offering consumer driven mobile applications that appeal to a very broad audience. We are exited about the outlook of 2010 and look forward to continue our work with key partners to offer worldwide consumers new and thrilling mobile applications."