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New Zealand startup Postr to launch lock screen hire out app
Posted on 21-Feb-2014 19:21 | Tags Filed under: News



New Zealand-based startup Postr is about to launch an Android mobile application that allows users to hire out their lock screen and get paid to swipe their phone.

Postr provides a slick user interface with highly personalized content and allows users the option to cash out or donate their accumulated earnings to charity. This will be the first mobile app of its kind in New Zealand that allows users to earn money.

The Postr co-founder team is made up of CEO Milan Reinartz, CCO Payton Meyer both from an advertising and design background and CTO Mark Penman with a wealth of experience in software engineering.

Their mission is simple: to connect consumers with brands and reward everyone along the way.

Postr plans to launch on Google Play in early April with a national campaign across outdoor and social media and also some newspaper advertising.


More information: http://www.getpostr.co.nz/...

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