This week, Walters launched the Quick2257 app in Google Play after making it available for Apple iPhone and iPad users four month’s ago.
Designed for mobile use, the Quick2257 app creates 18 U.S.C. § 2257 records for performers, web cam models, escorts, dating site members and anyone who produces depictions of actual or simulated sexually explicit conduct.
The app was designed to simplify the process of generating and transmitting records to 2257 custodians. The process takes just minutes, Walters said.
“Since our first release of Quick2257 in the iTunes store, devout Android users have clamored for a Google Play offering,” Walters told XBIZ on Thursday. “We immediately got to work, and have now released the app in Android form.
“Now users of both popular mobile platforms will have an opportunity to test our product, and simplify their 2257 records keeping obligations.”
The iOS and Android apps are priced at an introductory 99 cents.
Both versions of Quick2257 allow users to create a form containing the performer’s legal name, stage name, and/or aliases; record the date of original production of the depiction; identify the title of the work associated with the depiction; capture the front and back of the performer’s picture ID card using the device camera; sign and verify the accuracy of the information using the touch screen; compile all information into a .pdf file; and send the 2257 records file to the records custodian using the mobile device’s email function.
Quick2257 will be made available for complimentary use on Saturday at the JuicyDodgeBall event at The Phoenix Forum.