Todd Moore

Founder

TMSOFT

 "Developers need to understand the direction mobile platforms are taking and the government policies that are quickly trying to shape our industry. I feel the time is right for us to have a united voice and the Application Developers Alliance is making that possible."

Todd Moore is a software developer who founded TMSOFT to create unique smart phone applications and games. His most popular application, White Noise, was featured by Health magazine, iTunes, The Washington Post, PC Magazine, and the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show. Card Counter, his most popular game title, was featured by Engadget, the Los Angeles Times, and CNET TV. Moore has had numerous speaking engagements at colleges and conferences such as Defcon 12 when he demonstrated how to crack a popular VoIP application. He explained tech to the masses on the CBS radio show Tech 411 and television show Megahertz on MHz Networks.