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Metatron/i-Mobilize Secures Mobile Application Distribution Agreement With New York Times Best Seller Gary Zukav

DOVER, DE -- (Marketwire) -- 11/10/12 -- Metatron, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MRNJ), a leading digital media content distributor, has signed world-renowned spiritual teacher and best-selling author Gary Zukav. http://seatofthesoul.com/ (course http://authenticpowercourse.com/course/AuthenticPower). Metatron will develop and distribute his top-selling books, audio, video, and workshops as apps. His books have won the National Book Award and have been #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list for 3 straight years. Gary has appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey show" over 35 times to discuss concepts presented in his books and is her most frequent guest. Oprah said: "The Seat of the Soul is my favorite book of all-time, except for the Bible."

Metatron, Inc. also develops and distributes apps for Eckhart Tolle (http://eckharttolletv.com/), a best-selling author and the Watkins Review's most spiritually influential person in the world for 2011. He is the #1 best selling author for Oprah's Book Club.

Free Live meditation with Eckhart on Nov. 11, 2012 is here: http://www.eckharttolletv.com/free-meditation-november-2012.

Gary recently appeared on Oprah and Eckhart will be appearing on Nov 11th & 18th to discuss his spiritual journeys and groundbreaking webcasts.

Eckhart's TV subscription app by Metatron can be freely downloaded at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/eckhart-tolle-tv-teachings/id504463521?mt=8

Metatron's top selling app, "Relax and Sleep Well" by Glenn Harrold (#5 in the US top ten Grossing Apps Lifestyle category on iTunes), can be freely downloaded here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/relax-sleep-well-by-glenn/id412690467?mt=8.

Glenn (http://glennharrold.com/) is UK's best-selling hypnotist and self-help author. He also makes music. His song, Transparency, won dance's International Song of the Year. His next album, called "Glenn Harrold ReMixed," will be sold by Metatron on iTunes. Glenn and Metatron have a subscription based website launching next week.

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Metatron's 2000+ mobile apps produce over 10.7 million Ad Impressions. This includes approx. 300 apps for Android and 1500+ apps for Apple iOS. Metatron's apps are currently downloaded 5000+ times per day with frequent updates (appfigures.com). Metatron is breaking sales records for five consecutive months, which should continue through the holidays. Recently, Metatron began using Push Notification (Push) technology to deliver messages to its app users. This technology markets new and current content via Metatron's existing apps, e.g., Glenn Harrold's "Relax and Sleep Well." Initial testing of the technology resulted in increases in purchases of company apps.

Metatron is further incorporating into its apps patent-pending technology, tentatively dubbed "Auto-Post," for incentive based marketing via users social media profiles. With over 1 million people, each with an average of 100 online social media friends, using Metatron's apps, Auto-Post could potentially reach tens of millions of people.

Its most recent 2012 3rd quarter financials are here: http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/MRNJ/filings

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