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Marlee Matlin and MEDL Mobile Team Up to Create Educational American Sign Language App

   Mobile Leaders Release a Video-Driven Tutorial App Featuring
      Acclaimed Deaf Actress and ASL Advocate, Marlee Matlin

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Oct. 10, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MEDL Mobile,
Inc. (OTCBB:MEDL) -- a pioneer in the creation, development, marketing
and monetization of mobile apps -- and Marlee Matlin, Academy
Award(C)-winning actress, announce the release of "Marlee Signs," an
educational app to learn to express yourself in American Sign Language.
It launched worldwide today and is available in the Apple App Store.

"Marlee Signs" teaches the user the fundamentals of American Sign
Language -- from signed alphabet and basic vocabulary to common
expressions in everyday life. Unlike other options on the App Store
which use static images, this app features high quality videos which
show Marlee Matlin demonstrating the lessons. The app even allows the
user to watch any video in slow motion for greater detail.

"Working with Marlee Matlin has been a lot of fun! She was hysterical
to work with on the set," said Dave Swartz, MEDL Co-founder and CCO.
"We believe that Marlee's breakthrough appeal will help introduce ASL
to a broad new audience through the iPhone and iPad."

Through the "Spell" feature users can get the spelling of any word in
ASL by typing in a word and watching Marlee sign it back to them. Users
can also learn at their own pace by breaking down the lessons into
individual videos.

"I wanted to create a simple, visual presentation of American Sign
Language vocabulary that's the next best thing to taking a class,"
Marlee stated. "It's a great starting point for learning ASL the way it
should - visually, in full motion, and not just static images on a
page. It's not a substitute for taking a sign language class but I
think it's the next best thing!"

The basic app comes with the spelling feature as well as one free
lesson pack in the app store. There are five additional lessons, which
are sold for $3.99 per pack.

You can download the app by using the following link:

About MEDL Mobile

The Company develops, acquires and publishes a growing library of
mobile applications which perform specific functions for the user on
the Apple and Android platforms. User analytics are collected by the
Company's growing Mobile Brain which processes user data in order to
create better distribution and monetization of mobile applications. The
Company's Software Development Kit (SDK) consists of a growing suite of
tools which have been designed to help developers to better market and
monetize their mobile applications. Additionally, the Company licenses
its technology and performs custom development for key clients such as, New York Times Company, Teleflora, Telefonica and
Medtronic, allowing the company to grow the overall library of
technology greatly extending the potential reach of the Mobile Brain.
The Company enters into partnerships to mobilize and monetize IP with
such notable names as Encyclopedia Britannica, MTV's Pauly D, Cheech &
Chong, Rampage Jackson and Marlee Matlin. The Company is establishing a
business model in which it expects to generate multiple revenue
streams, including development fees, download and in-app purchases,
advertising, sponsorship and licensing of technology. For more
information about MEDL Mobile, please visit

The MEDL Mobile Holdings Inc. logo is available at

About Marlee Matlin

Academy Award(C) and Golden Globe winner, Marlee Matlin is the youngest
recipient of the Best Actress Oscar for her debut film "Children of A
Lesser God." Her numerous telefilms and television programs include
"What the Bleep Do We Know," "Seinfeld," "Law and Order SVU," "The West
Wing," "The L Word," "Family Guy," and she currently stars in the ABC
Family drama "Switched at Birth." Her autobiography, "I'll Scream
Later" was a New York Times Best Seller in 2009. Marlee serves on the
board of a number of charitable organizations and it was her work with
Congress that was instrumental in getting federal legislation passed in
support of closed captioning technology which we are all familiar with

Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements contained herein constitute "forward-looking
statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based on
current expectations, estimates and projections about MEDL Mobile's
industry, management's beliefs and certain assumptions made by
management. Readers are cautioned that any such forward-looking
statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to
certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to
predict. Because such statements involve risks and uncertainties, the
actual results and performance of the Company may differ materially
from the results expressed or implied by such forward-looking
statements. Given these uncertainties, readers are cautioned not to
place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements. Potential
risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to the ability to
integrate Inedible Software apps and platform into MEDL's product
offering, the ability to procure, properly price, retain and
successfully complete projects, and changes in products and
competition. Unless otherwise required by law, the Company also
disclaims any obligation to update its view of any such risks or
uncertainties or to announce publicly the result of any revisions to
the forward-looking statements made here. Readers should review
carefully reports or documents the Company files periodically with the
Securities and Exchange Commission.

For more information about MEDL Mobile, please visit

CONTACT: Media Contact:
         Christopher Scuro
         MEDL Mobile
         714-617-1991 ex. 4211