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Apkudo Joins the Competitive Carriers Association

BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 01/30/13 -- Apkudo, an Android user experience innovation company, today announced it has joined the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) as an Associate Member. The CCA is the nation's leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. The licensed service area of CCA's more than 100 members covers 95 percent of the nation. As leaders in Android device analysis, Apkudo helps worldwide mobile device manufacturers and network operators assess every aspect of the user experience of Android devices before launch, providing an opportunity to optimize performance, better market and position devices, and improve customer satisfaction.

"We've had the pleasure of working with a number of the United State's largest Tier 2 carriers -- such as MetroPCS and Cricket -- by collecting user experience data on their pre-release Android devices, exposing likely areas of consumer satisfaction and dissatisfaction," said Josh Matthews, Apkudo CEO and co-founder. "Apkudo is helping device manufacturers and carriers improve the overall quality of Android devices. We're excited to use our Associate Membership with the CCA as a platform to engage with regional carriers and show them how to do the same."

"I am delighted to welcome Apkudo to CCA," said CCA President & CEO Steven K. Berry. "CCA's associate members play an important role in the competitive carrier ecosystem, and Apkudo's offers unique services and tools to assist in the delivery of next generation networks through Android devices. Apkudo's industry perspective will certainly be a valuable addition for the entire membership, and we are glad to have them on board."

About Apkudo
Apkudo helps mobile operators and device manufacturers launch successful Android devices. An Android user experience innovation company, Apkudo is pioneering analysis technologies that deeply and holistically characterize and compare the user experience, taking devices from bad to good, and good to great. Starting early in the device approvals process and continuing throughout friendly user trials, the Apkudo Approved data-informed approach speeds time to market, ensures issues are alleviated early, and significantly reduces device return associated costs. The end result is a device that exceeds consumer expectations.

Apkudo is headquartered in Baltimore, MD. The Apkudo team includes deep research expertise with the Android operating system including optimization, usability and performance testing, and is focused on helping the ecosystem deliver the best possible user experience to Android device owners. Learn more at http://www.apkudo.com and email [email protected] for additional information.

About the Competitive Carriers Association
CCA is the nation's leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. The licensed service area of CCA's more than 100 members covers 95 percent of the nation. Visit http://www.competitivecarriers.org.

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http://www.apkudo.com
Competitive Carriers Association
http://competitivecarriers.org/

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Apkudo
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