GameFly aims to help game developers get their mobile games to iOS and Android

GameFly aims to help game developers get their mobile games to iOS and Android
In order to move forward, you sometimes have to go outside of the box and attack a whole new venture – so that you can stay afloat as business models constantly adapt to the ever-changing mobile industry. Well, that’s the predicament that GameFly is in right now, as they announced today their intentions to publish mobile games for platforms such as iOS and Android.

As we currently know, GameFly is a popular subscription service that provides game rentals to its members. However, they’re moving forward to a new area as they aim to help gaming developers get their mobile games published on mobile platforms. Currently, developers can send over their app submissions to GameFly, where they’ll be assessed and possibly published during its first round of offerings this summer.

Additionally, they plan to launch the GameFly GameStore app portal on the Android platform – much like what we see with NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone. Basically, the GameFly GameStore would follow a similar structure in being the one-stop hub where users can access all of the titles published by GameFly. Furthermore, it’s expected to also offer some pertinent every day deals and other related gaming content.

No doubt, it’s a great way for GameFly to broaden its business, as it’ll surely heat up in the near future as more gamers begin to migrate to mobile devices as opposed to traditional mobile gaming consoles.

source: PR Newswire via Mobileburn

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