Subject: Apple Approves 17 of AppYea’s New Gaming Apps for Apples’ iOS Platform

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Apple Approves 17 of AppYea’s New Gaming Apps for Apples’ iOS Platform

FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. 09, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - APPYEA (OTCQB:APYP) is pleased to announce that Apple has approved all 17 of their new gaming apps which will be added to their gaming portfolio. AppYea’s new apps consist of 10 apps for the new iWatch which includes Simon Says, 8 Puzzle, Quick Quiz and Tic Tac Toe just to name a few and 7 for the iPhone which includes Hearts Match, Bug Smash, Doodle Birdy and 777 Slots.

AppYea’s CEO Jackie Williams stated, “I’m excited about these new gaming apps that Apple just approved. What’s even more exciting is that we have developers currently working on even more gaming apps that we will be adding to our gaming portfolio soon.”

Apple is expected to sell roughly 21 million iWatches by 2016 and with its two new iPhone 6 models breaking sales records the iOS platform it is still the number one opportunity platform for app developers. The global mobile gaming market for smart mobile devices have seen huge demands. Diverse connectivity options that are available on these devices such as 4G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are helping its tremendous surge. Over 60 percent of smart phone users play games on their mobile devices on a daily basis and nearly 65 percent of the money spent on smartphones and tablets is for gaming purposes.

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