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The Ultimate App for MovieQuoters Now Available for Apple and Android

Building on its reputation as the digital destination for the movie-quoting culture, MovieQuoter today released the MovieQuoter mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The MovieQuoter mobile app is available now for FREE and is the only app of its kind, allowing users to search its 150,000+ movie quote database, share those quotes with their friends, and even make personalized memes using their own pictures combined with their favorite quotes.

Download MovieQuoter for iPhone/iPad here: http://bit.ly/Nk1jGc

Download MovieQuoter for Android devices here: http://bit.ly/XnMfeD

“Movie quoting has been a second language for me and my friends and colleagues, and I’ve found this cultural phenomenon affects an enormous number of people around the world,” said Bill Deacon, founder, MovieQuoter. “With MovieQuoter, we have established a place where fans can connect, celebrate, relive and share their favorite movie quotes from films like The Godfather, The Hangover, The Dark Knight, Caddyshack, Star Wars, Pulp Fiction, The Shining, Goodfellas, Forrest Gump, Taxi Driver and The Social Network. These are just a small sampling of the films featured in our more than 150,000 quote database that we will continue to expand with suggestions from our community.”

“If you build it, he will come.”

The MovieQuoter mobile app includes a number of robust features including:

  • Meme Creator allowing users to caption their photos with movie quotes, to make high-quality memes quickly and easily
  • Look up over 150,000 movie quotes - by quote, movie, actor, or character
  • Share memes and quotes via Facebook, Twitter, email, and text
  • Share memes to friends' walls on Facebook
  • Rate, favorite, and comment on quotes

“You had me at ‘hello’.”

In addition to the MovieQuoter mobile app, visit the MovieQuoter website at http://www.MovieQuoter.com for:

  • Daily content on current events from a MovieQuoter’s perspective
  • Podcasts where movie quotes are dropped on the latest news and events in movies
  • Video vault featuring curated movie quote-related videos from around the globe

“Demented and sad, but social.”

Join us online!
http://twitter.com/MovieQuoter
http://www.facebook.com/MovieQuoter
http://www.moviequoter.com/

MovieQuoter mobile app Press Kit: http://yousend.it/13cM2tq

“I’m kind of a big deal.”

About MovieQuoter, LLC:

MovieQuoter was founded with the single focus of creating social engagement around movie quotes. Following the offline success of sister company Muze Clothing, a movie quote apparel brand worn by celebrities including Ryan Seacrest, Ashton Kutcher, Tim Tebow, Billy Baldwin, Mark Sanchez, Drew Brees, Kendra Wilkinson, Ben Roethlisberger, Jeremy Roenick, Josh Duhamel, Tony Romo, Donnie Walberg, Mark Schlereth, and Erin Andrews, among others, MovieQuoter has moved into the digital space with mobile apps and the MovieQuoter.com website to become the hub of the movie quoting culture.

More information about MovieQuoter can be found here: http://www.moviequoter.com/about-movie-quoter/

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