Android Users Get Access To Hundreds Of Paid Apps Via Mobiroo Monthly Subscription

Buying paid apps, especially when you want to have many of them, can be expensive. And if you have only short-term use for them, it also looks like wasting money. A Canadian startup, Mobiroo, has offered an innovative solution in this regard to Android users who can get access to hundreds of top, paid apps through Mobiroo’s monthly subscription.

Mobiroo monthly subscription

Currently, Mobiroo is offering the monthly subscription for as low as $2.49 per month. However, the company raises this amount to $4.98 after one month. If you are unsure as to whether or not you want to sign up for the service, you can utilize the 7-day free trial.

Once you subscribe for Mobiroo, it is able to provide you access to hundreds of top Android apps which are paid. This way, not only you don’t have to shell out a lot of money at once to buy them, you are also saved the hassle of making payments to so many companies.

With this new subscription model, Mobiroo has introduced a very novel concept to the apps market. Among the apps that the company offers through its monthly subscription are apps about games, books, productivity and many more.

According to the company’s founder and CEO, Vinay Chopra, “We’re experiencing a major shift in the way we consume our content. Consumers are demanding services which give them unlimited access to their content. Netflix has done it for video. Spotify has done it for music. Now, Mobiroo is doing it for apps … we have created an app experience that makes paid apps more appealing, affordable, and low-risk for any Android user. Membership to our service gives users unlimited access to thousands of dollars’ worth of top paid apps on-demand; all for less than a Starbucks’ coffee.”

Source: Moriboo

Courtesy: Slashgear

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Salman Latif is a software engineer with a specific interest in social media, big data and real-world solutions using the two.Other than that, he is a bit of a gypsy. He also writes in his own blog. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter .

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