Mobile applications, also known as apps, are used by millions if not billions of people every day across the globe. By definition, a mobile app is a computer program or application designed to be available across any mobile or remote devices. Mobile devices include smartphones, smart watches, tablets, laptops, etc.
Today, consumers have created a need for this software in almost every aspect of life. Mobile apps facilitate a wide variety of activities, whether it be professional, personal, or social. Even more so, schools us mobile applications daily. There is a clear demand for this technology, forming a highly profitable and competitive market for such.
The US Patent and Trademark Office views mobile applications as software, therefore software and mobile apps may be the subject matter patentable and thus patentable. Mobile app developers need to protect their ideas before it is too late as US patent laws prevent an inventor from obtaining a patent on invention if the invention has been publicly disclosed for more than one year. Patent attorney Derek Fahey (https://plusfirm.com/staff-member/derek-fahey-esquire/) can help you acquire a United States Utility Patent for your own mobile application. Derek understands the time, effort, and money it takes to produce such complex pieces of software. Your work should not go unnoticed or unprotected.
Contact patent attorney Derek Fahey for a free consultation regarding your mobile application.