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AWeber Releases New App that Grows Your Email List

Chalfont, Pa. November 18, 2014 – AWeber, a leading email marketing service provider that helps small businesses grow, has announced the launch of its newest mobile app, Atom, aimed at helping businesses grow their email marketing lists faster and more effectively. The Atom app is available for free on iOS and Android and allows customers to sign-up new subscribers from any place at any time.

With the new Atom app, customers can add new subscribers to any of their AWeber email marketing lists. After signing up, subscribers will immediately receive their first follow-up message or confirmation to be added to the list. Use Atom to collect names and email addresses at tradeshows, conferences and meetups. As a result, you can maximize the time spent at events and quickly gain more subscribers.

Customers who download the Atom app will notice:

  • A new visually styled interface – grabs your attention.
  • 1Password integration for iOS users – for one touch, easy logging in on-the-go.
  • It’s kiosk ready – if you’re headed to a trade show or event, the Atom app will look good on any device, wherever it’s placed.

Atom was designed to help our customers stay organized so they can focus on growing their businesses.

“AWeber is continuing our commitment to creating easy-to-use tools to access our platform on any device,” said AWeber’s Director of Product, Joe Cotellese. “With our latest application, Atom, our customers can grow their list anytime, anywhere with their mobile device.”

More information about AWeber’s new mobile app can be found on the AWeber blog.

About AWeber
AWeber, headquartered in Chalfont, Pa., helps more than 120,000 businesses, entrepreneurs and bloggers increase sales and profits through its suite of web-based email marketing software. The privately held company was founded in 1998. For more information, visit aweber.com, subscribe to the AWeber blog, or follow on Twitter and Facebook.