Mark Matey is trying to sell his new ‘mixed media’ app that he says is a mix of news and comedy.
Key points:Mark’s app, called Matey Bubble, has become a hit in the app store with users posting selfies with himMark’s apps ‘Matey Bubble’ has more than 100,000 downloadsMr Matey, a former ABC journalist, is attempting to raise $1 million for his app to develop more.
The popular app, which has a theme of ‘mitchy bubble’, allows users to share their photos, videos and stories with each other and even with friends.
Mr Mateys app features include: – A weekly digest of the week’s news and sports – A daily ‘Mitchy Bubble Challenge’ where users can challenge each other to share photos of their own face or their own mugshots with a tag line and a photo.
It also allows users the option to submit their own photos to share with friends, and to share those photos with other users.
Mateys app has been downloaded more than 1.5 million times, with users sharing over 3 million photos with the app, according to the app’s website.
But the app has also attracted controversy in the past, with some users questioning the accuracy of Mr Mateys claims about the app being based on his real life experiences.
The ABC’s The Story app has seen the app pulled from the App Store, and the app is also removed from Google Play and Amazon.
Mr Matey says he hopes to raise more money to develop the app.
“It’s about making something that’s real and is worth owning,” he said.
“I’m not going to make something that is fake.
I’m going to do something that I feel like people want.”
The company said its app has more user-generated content than any other in its app store, with over 2.5m stories, videos, photos and GIFs shared on the app over the past three months.
“Our user base is the reason we’re even in the App store at all,” Mr Mateos app’s creator, Michael Wiedenmann, told ABC News.
“We’re a niche brand that’s just about breaking the mould.
People want to be a part of something real, and we’re not afraid to take the risk.”
Mr Wiedes said he was “shocked” by the recent backlash against the app and his intention to build the app “for everyone”.
“If I’d seen that [negative feedback] I would’ve said, ‘OK, I’ll just shut up’,” he said, adding that he would also have “closed” the app if he had received a lot of negative feedback.
“If people had seen that, they would’ve been like, ‘this isn’t real.
This is fake’.”
But he said the backlash against Mateys creation of the app was “very understandable” given his background and his experiences in the news business.
“He’s got a very, very big background, and I feel very much the same,” he added.
“But I’m not worried about it.
I think the media will understand that and will understand what we’re trying to do and what it means.”
Mark’s passion for technology and social media is also evident in the videos he posts on his social media pages.
In one video posted on March 11, Mr Mateies is seen filming himself using his camera while talking to his family.
He said the video was created to help him “make sure that I don’t make mistakes” while using the camera.
“You know, I’m trying to keep my phone and I’m taking pictures, I just don’t think that I should use the phone for everything,” Mr Wiedmann said.
He also said the footage had helped him to better understand how to interact with his family and friends.
“Because I was a journalist, I had to learn to be able to do the job,” he explained.
“My family and my friends have been asking me to do this, so I have to take a look at myself and try and be more professional.”
Mr Mateya is also an outspoken supporter of gun control, and supports gun ownership rights.
In a video posted in May, he said he “didn’t care” about the Newtown shooting in the wake of the Newtown school shooting in 2012, but added that he was concerned about gun ownership in Australia.
“When I saw Newtown, I thought it was a good thing,” he says.
“For those of us who have had guns in our homes, I would like to see the government change their policies.”
What we need is an honest debate about the way we use guns and the way the government is treating us.
“Mr Foy said the “mixed” media app had not received much attention in the local media, and he believed it would have