The Kickstarter approach to mobile apps

It might take more than $1,000 to really make an app successful, but for Joey Nelson, it was a pretty good head start. The co-founder and president of MobileFWD and his team were working on Trivi.al, a social trivia game based on a highly curated set of questions, when they were approached by AppStori, a crowdsourcing and funding service that tries to connect developers and consumers. AppStori and Millennial Media (NYSE:MM) have partnered to offer a combination of cash and credit to help developers bring their ideas to life. The two firms are offering eligible developers $500 in cash, along with a $500 credit to advertise and promote their app. Special feature

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