Vito Technology

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Vito Technology Inc.
IndustrySoftware development
Founded2001
Key people
Victor Toporkov (CEO)
Murad Nazaraliev (Managing Director)[1]
Websitevitotechnology.com

Vito Technology, Inc. is an American-Russian mobile software development company, best known for the educational application Star Walk for iOS, which has had more than 5 million downloads since its release in 2009.[2][3]

History[edit]

The company is based in Alexandria, Virginia and is headed by Victor Toporkov. Since it entered the mobile software market in 2001, it has developed products for Windows Mobile.[4][5][6]

It originated in Novosibirsk, Siberia in the Russian Federation, sometimes referred to as “Silicon Forest".[7] Vito Technology Inc. has over 30 employees in the United States and the Russian Federation.

The latest Vito Technology endeavors include iOS and Web 2.0 software development.[8] Educational apps such as Star Walk and Solar Walk have been on top of the educational chart in the App Store for over a year. In addition, the company won an award at the Apple Design Awards in 2010 for its Star Walk app for iPad.[9]

Applications[edit]

  • Star Walk
  • Solar Walk
  • Geo Walk
  • Dino Walk: Continental Drift
  • Gyrocompass 3D
  • Holy Wars
  • Swine Time
  • Star Walk 2
  • Solar Walk 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alexander, Michael. "Interview with Murad Nazaraliev, Vito Technology".
  2. ^ "17 of Apple's Favorite Apps".
  3. ^ "Software Development Help". Saturday, 23 March 2019
  4. ^ "Windows Mobile Software".
  5. ^ "Review: Vito Technology ZoomBoard".
  6. ^ Sorcinelli, Don. "VITO Technology GoodWin".
  7. ^ Schramm, Mike. "WWDC 2010: Vito Technology walks on with Star Walk and Geo Walk".
  8. ^ Martellaro, John. "iPhone Apps, From Russia with Stars".
  9. ^ Shah, Asam. "10 incredible iPad apps for education".

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