KRS Mobile App Development Offers Free Trial to Online Marketers

Attention to all Marketers. Foretec offers a free trial to KRS mobile application. More details at

January 22, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Foretec has announced to offer a free trial on its famous mobile app development in Singapore, the KRS App.

KRS App has multiple features designed to make life easier for Marketers including:

Automation of Creating Backlinks - This new feature will create massive backlinks to help SEO marketers achieved their dream number of quality links that they need in Page Ranking.

Scraping Relevant Niche Blog Sites - This feature will help you scrape the most relevant blog websites that you would need in posting blog comments and links

Keywords Suggestions - Another great feature is recommending you the best long-tail keywords to use in doing SEO

A full description to avail free trial to the KRS App can be found on the company website,

The free trial in this famous mobile app development was brought about due to the high demand users' perspective and make marketers' lives easier. As part of an ongoing effort to improve the user experience for the KRS App, customers can expect regular updates both now and in the future.

Lester Sim, Chief Executive Officer, had this to say:

We want to give our customers the best options that we could offer. With KRS App, they have a new way to obtain SEO ranking possibility. We want them to feel excited about scaling up their business when using KRS App. Trying something new is always a risk, but it's a risk we believe is worth taking. The free trial will give conducive marketing to online marketers and they will found out how good this mobile application is.

KRS App launched last September 23, 2019, at Midview City, Singapore. Online marketers interested in applying for the free trial program can check directly on their website at

New customers can also use the site to purchase the latest version of the KRS App.

Contact Info:
Name: Lester Sim
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Organization: Foretec

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Source: MarketersMedia

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