Rotorcraft Pro Media Network App is Now Available for Android Devices

Free Helicopter Magazine App Can be Downloaded from Google and Amazon.

Birmingham, AL, April 04, 2013 --( Leading helicopter media company, the Rotorcraft Pro Media Network (RPMN), announced today that their app is available for free download on Android platform devices. The RPMN app allows users of these mobile devices access to all the cutting edge news and commentary printed monthly in Rotorcraft Pro magazine. In addition, readers of the digital edition of the magazine can view free educational and entertaining videos linked to articles and advertisers. Much of this multi-media content is exclusively produced by RPMN.

“We’re really excited to now offer our magazine and its related videos on the Android platform,” says Rotorcraft Pro Editor In Chief Lyn Burks. “It took a lot of planning and preparation, but now all those who love their Android devices have access to the same interactive content that those with Apple devices have enjoyed.”

When asked how many apps have been downloaded onto Apple iPhones and iPads, Mr. Burks replied, “We’ve had over 6,800 downloads of our app in the Apple App Store, and the downloads keep coming from all over the world. That’s really encouraging as the Apple app has only been available for a short time. We expect the same warm reception on Android.”

The free RPMN app for Android devices can be downloaded from Google Play and

About Rotorcraft Pro Media Network: The Rotorcraft Pro Media Network (RPMN) is a subsidiary of Oak Mountain Media, LLC. RPMN offers a true business-to-business format for rotorcraft and aviation-related companies to promote their products, services and opportunities in a cost-effective, credible manner. The RPMN product line includes:

· Rotorcraft Pro Magazine - over 48,000 circulation and ABC audited
· Helicopter Industry Websites – including,, JustHelicopters.TV, and
· Helicopter Industry Week in Review E-newsletter – 20,000+ Subscribers
· Free mobile apps available for Apple and Android devices.

For more information, contact co-owners Brig Bearden, Publisher or Lyn Burks, Editor In Chief at (877) 768-5550.

Rotorcraft Pro Media Network
Brig Bearden
(877) 768-5550
Lyn Burks