Douglas, Isle Of Man United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 20, 2011 -- Mobile ad network specialist and app developer On-Mobi announce the launch of their latest poker mobile application. The PokerPlanner is a fully customizable and brand-able mobile app that reminds players about upcoming poker tournaments (and other online events). PokerPlanner will ensure that players will never have to miss out on another tournament ever again simply because they forgot to remind themselves to log on and play!
Looking for a real-time schedule of all Poker Tournaments online? Wish to receive notifications for your favorite tourneys?
This unique app allows you to view tournament schedules for the leading online poker rooms, and set notifications to events you wish to participate in.
"The ultimate App for all online poker players" - Stay connected to your poker site 24/7 - With Poker Planner App you will never miss another tourney!
Poker Planner gets you instant access to extended, exclusive offers and deals from all your favorite poker rooms, including special freerolls and exclusive bonuses.
A player can use this app to view poker tournaments hosted by the leading online poker brands and set the application to notify them ahead of time so they don't miss out. The app is easy to set up and offers many different setting options allowing the player optimal control. This allows the player to gain access to more offers and deals, including special freerolls and qualifier tournaments.
PokerPlanner allows clients to increase their player engagements and retention. In line with On-Mobi's highly targeted networks, this tool allows clients to target specific users for added campaign optimization and as a general marketing tool. By offering PokerPlanner as a free and branded tool, clients can also increase their acquisition rate.
"We're excited to be launching PokerPlanner. On-Mobi will continue to produce high-quality mobile applications that work to increase player acquisition and retention. Our goal is happy players and happy clients." Ran Sheleg, CEO at On-Mobi.