Live Streaming Video Platform Expands To Include Android Mobile Operating System

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA, July 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – MEDL Mobile, Inc. (OTCBB: MEDL – News) – a pioneer in the creation, development, marketing and monetization of mobile apps – announced today that the “Hang w/” platform has been released for Android users on the Google Play Store.

The Hang w/ live streaming platform has quickly grown with more than 1.3 million broadcasts and more than 7.5 million user sessions on the iPhone platform alone in only

its first few months. Now that Android has been released, the company expects to see an increased rate of growth and usage.

The Android operating system accounts for as much as 75% of the smartphone market according to an IDC announcement in May, 2013. Expansion to Android vastly increases the number of potential users who can “Hang w/” each other.

“The adoption we saw from the iPhone platform alone was incredible,” said Andrew Maltin, CEO.“Now that Hang With is available for Android, we have the potential to reach nearly a billion more users.”

The platform has been embraced in the entertainment world – where top talent such as Paula Abdul, Timbaland, Kaskade and even Larry King are increasingly “Hanging w/” “Our celebrity broadcasters have been excited about the launch of Hang With for Android,” said Dave Swartz, President and CCO. “Their fan bases are spread across iOS and Android – and now they all get to see how the other half lives.”

The Hang w/ app enables live, real-time video to be sent from one phone to many.  Anyone with an iPhone or Android device can connect instantly to hundreds, thousands,even millions of fans via live-streaming video broadcasts.

Hang w/ is now available on the Google Play Store. http://bit.ly/hangwandroid
Hang w/ is now available on the Apple App Store. www.hangwith.me

Larry Sullivan

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