Find Family-Friendly Android Apps at BloomWorlds

April 7, 2011

2:47 pm

Denver, CO-based BloomWorlds is developing a family-friendly Android app store to help Android-toting parents easily find safe, secure, and appropriate apps.

Founders Todd Levy, CEO and all around business development guy, and Darrell Brodgon, CTO and resident nerd who builds amazing technologies, are focused on one goal: to build a premium, thoughtfully curated app store where parents can buy, and developers can sell, high quality Android apps.

With an emphasis on quality over quantity, all apps will be filtered and personalized for members based on age range and life stage.  App categories include My First Apps, Early Learning, School House, Young Adult, and Campus Life.

The site is still in beta, but developers are welcome to submit their app designs for review. Not a developer, but interested in family-friendly apps?  Submit your email address on their home page to find out when their app store officially opens their doors.

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