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AppCircus unearths latest smartphone gem in Guadalajara

October 14, 2011

With his triumphant ‘Money Menttor’ app, which enables users to safely input personal information, such as their age, civil status, income and budget, with the data secure under the data protection law, Angel Sahagun Fernandez booked his place in next year’s Mobile World Congress final in Barcelona, having previously come runner-up in the Mexico City AppCircus.

A “global traveling showcase of innovative apps” for smartphones, AppCircus has taken in dozens of major cities around the world, including Mexico’s Federal District, Monterrey, Queretaro and Tabasco. The Guadalajara congress was sponsored by Telcel, the cell phone network owned by Carlos Slim, a Mexican native and the world’s wealthiest man.

Aside from the exposure it will afford the winner, the event also offered local students an insight into the world of software…

Click here to read this story in full at Global Delivery Report.

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