Portland, OR, December 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- MilitaryLounge, the largest iPhone and Android App developer for Dept. of Defense workers and military personnel has announced the launch of their new Facebook page. It is a page dedicated to providing information about the company and its expanding line of products. Although not affiliated with any branch of the military or government agency, the company is a business owned and operated by active duty United States Military Personnel. They develop apps for soldiers using their unique abilities and personal knowledge of what soldiers need.
In an interview, David Burgess said: "We are pleased to launch the new Facebook Page called MilitaryLounge, there are a shocking large number of soldiers looking for an easy way to sort through the military’s' complicated pay charts to calculate incentive pay rates and bonuses, in addition to BAH, the housing allowance." Militarylounge has been developing Smartphone apps for over 5 years and is the leading developer for apps serving military needs. In addition to Military Pay Calculator Apps the company produces a line of other apps aimed at assisting soldiers with financial calculations, including retirement pay. Militarylounge offers solutions to the confusing tasks and information, tips, guidelines and product updates news will be some of the many topics that will be discussed on the Facebook page as a larger percentage of soldiers learn about the apps and how much time can be saved, not to mention the headaches that can be avoided.
David further continued to say: "the app PerdiemCalc has experienced a successful track record in helping soldiers on the move keep up with expenses and reimbursements. So the company has high hopes for the continued success of that particular app. We have been getting a great deal of feedback from our customers, in the App store, on Facebook and our website traffic has increased too, so we intend to stay in tune with our customers through these channels and continue to serve them with the best apps we can develop."