Press Release: One-of-a-Kind News Hub Moves Headquarters to Colorado

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

ONE-OF-A-KIND NEWS HUB MOVES HEADQUARTERS TO COLORADO  

 Unique, Customizable News App Now Local to Boulder County: App Molds to Fit the News You Want   

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (January 5, 2016) – Mosaiscope, a product of Enemy Tree LLC and the next level news platform striving to change the world of news aggregation, today announced its relocation to Longmont, Colo. in Boulder County. Mosaiscope is the easiest, most flexible, innovative and beautiful way to discover, read and share the content people love. Relocating to Colorado, Mosaiscope is making a strategic decision to tap into the rapidly growing talent pool, as well as gain access to the incredibly active culture of the area. Colorado is now home to the future of news aggregation. 

Mosaiscope creates a seamless experience allowing consumers to keep up with news and interests with the following features: 

·       Allows consumers to keep up with the news they care about through an innovatively designed, user friendly, and continuously updating platform.

·       Provides the ability for news to be extracted from both sources, such as favorite news websites and blogs, and topics, pre-selected by the user.

·       Users have the ability to add their own sources, offering a truly personalized platform tailored specifically to the user.

·       Responsive design is unique in that it works on every device and has no limitations to available sources – if a site has an RSS feed, it can be followed. 

“After much consideration, I’m excited to relocate the Mosaiscope team and call Boulder County our official headquarters. While we’re a techy bunch, we also created something completely unique to the market and to honor that, I think making the move to a new community that is strongly emerging as a tech hub, and yet separated just enough to maintain perspective from our previous location in Silicon Valley, was a smart decision. We’re bringing the future of news to Boulder County and the rest of the country,” said John Rokos, CEO and Product Architect of Enemy Tree, LLC, Founder of Mosaiscope. “I’ve always had a progressive mindset and strived to be different to create great things, and this is a step in that direction. I hope Colorado will be a welcoming home for such a thoughtful and unique concept!”

Mosaiscope is free and available on any device online at www.Mosaiscope.com and now in the Apple App Store. Additional features and functions are available with a Mosaiscope Premium subscription, making the reading experience even more fun and powerful. In addition to a tiered membership plan, Mosaiscope will add bonus features to its Premium Service and will also be offering an Android version in the near future. Focused on reshaping news media distribution, discovery, insight and sharing, Mosaiscope is the news platform catering to content consumers and creators passions and interests everywhere. 

To check out Mosaiscope and begin exploring the future in news reading, please visit www.Mosaiscope.com or download in the Apple App Store

About Mosaiscope
Mosaiscope is the next level news platform and the first product of Boulder County, Colo., previously Silicon Valley, based technology company, Enemy Tree, LLC. Presenting a mix of reading options, Mosaiscope appeals to individual needs and facilitates discovery by giving users the option to select both topics and sources, including adding their own sources. The platform is unique in that it works on every device and has no limitations to the array of available sources - if a site has a feed, it can be followed. Both the free and premium services are available on the web at www.Mosaiscope.com and in the Apple App Store (coming to Android in the near future).

For more information on Mosaiscope, please contact 951-719-1040 or media@mosaiscope.com

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