in2town Announces Crowdfunding Campaign to Help Bring 5 Religious Mobile Apps to Market


New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/27/2014 -- With mobile apps being all the rage, there's certainly good reason for Bible believers to also use this medium to send a positive message. In this spirit, recently announced they've launched a Kickstarter campaign in an effort to bring their first five religious-themed mobile apps to the public.

Why not make mobile inspirational? That's the guiding force behind the new startup and the recent news they've turned to the popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter to bring their first five religious-based mobile apps to the public. Combining education and entertainment, along with an important Bible-based message, the vision of the Bible App Project has been met with quick enthusiasm from early supporters.

“We couldn't be any more excited for today, we've done a lot just to get to this point,” commented a spokesperson from the site. “This is all or nothing for us. We know if we're able to achieve our donation goal that we'll be able to produce not just religious apps, but top quality mobile apps that will compete with some of the best out there.”

The project has set an initial goal for the crowdfunding campaign of $9,000. Meeting the goal will allow them to at least bring to market their targeted first five religious based mobile apps, and quite possibly exceed this and be able to push their line further.

Rewards for donors begin at only $10, with a $25 donation not only getting an early edition of the first Bible App Project App, but also being allowed to take part in beta testing with the company.

For a $65 donation, donors receive all 5 of the first line of mobile apps before they come to market.

Supporters who truly step behind the project and donate a full $2,500 win a “Church and Pizza Party” with the head of the company who will fly out to the donor's location, attend church with them and then throw a ten person pizza party in celebration of their helping make Bible-based mobile apps a reality.

The response to the idea has been incredibly enthusiastic.

Emily G., from Boston, remarked about the project, “This is such an amazing idea. There's mobile apps for almost everything, but great apps for religion are sorely lacking. Let's all get together and make's Kickstarter campaign a huge success!”

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The project has set an initial goal for the crowdfunding campaign of $9,000.