Five Software Stocks Under $10

Steve Kanaval |

Everyone loves lists, so I've set out to break down sub sectors of our universe of stocks, and collected five stocks under $10 per share. Know that these stocks have been sorted by price only, not how they performed during the year, or any deep fundamental analysis. We notice by looking at the data on our site that you are clicking aggressively on stocks trading under $10. This makes sense as our audience demographic arrives at looking for emerging companies. These stocks are in no order of importance - just a simple list for your perusal. Pricing is as of today's date.

Five Application Software Stocks Under $10

1. Magic Software (MGIC) $5.63: The main focus is proprietary application development, business process integration, and vertical software solutions, and related professional services. The company'’s software solutions are used by customers to develop, deploy, and integrate on-premise, mobile, and cloud-based business applications.

It operates in two segments: Software Solutions and IT Professional Services. The company offers Magic xpa application platform, a proprietary application platform for developing and deploying business applications; AppBuilder application platform for building, deploying, and maintaining mainframe-grade business applications; and Magic xpi integration platform, a graphical wizard-based code-free solution. The company was formerly known as Mashov Software Export (1983) Ltd. and changed its name to Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. in 1991. Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Or Yehuda, Israel.

2. Digital Turbine (APPS) $1.35: Provides mobile content solutions for mobile operators, app advertisers, device OEMs, and other third parties worldwide. It operates through two segments, Advertising and Content. The company's products include DT Ignite, a mobile application management software that is pre-installed on devices to control, manage, and monetize the applications that are installed on mobile devices; DT IQ, a customized user experience and app discovery tool; DT Media, an advertiser solution for carrier and OEM on-device home screen inventory; and Appia Core, a worldwide mobile user acquisition network.

Its products also comprise DT Marketplace, an application and content store that manages the retailing of mobile content, including features, such as merchandising, product placements, reporting, pricing, promotions, and distribution of digital goods, as well as distribution and licensing of content across multiple content categories comprising music, applications, wallpapers, eBooks, and games; and DT Pay, an application programming interface that integrates billing infrastructure between mobile operators and content publishers to facilitate mobile commerce. The company was formerly known as Mandalay Digital Group, Inc. and changed its name to Digital Turbine, Inc. in January 2015. Digital Turbine, Inc. was incorporated in 1998 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

3. MobileIron (MOBL) $3.62: Has a purpose-built mobile IT platform that enables enterprises to secure and manage mobile applications, content, and devices while providing their employees with device choice, privacy, and a native user experience. The company’s MobileIron platform offers mobile device management capabilities that enable IT to securely manage mobile devices across mobile operating systems and provide secure corporate email, automatic device configuration, and certificate-based security; and mobile application management functionality, which helps IT manage the entire apps lifecycle, from making apps available in the enterprise app storefront, securing applications on the device, enforcing user authentication, isolating them from personal apps, and retiring them as necessary.

Its MobileIron platform also provides mobile content management that enable IT to provide secure mobile access to enterprise documents residing in SharePoint, file shares, and other enterprise and cloud content repositories, as well as secures email attachments. In addition, the company’s MobileIron platform also offers advanced mobile security services, comprising Tunnel, which allows mobile apps to access enterprise resources through a secure application communication channel, eliminating the need for device VPN; Single Sign-On that provide access to multiple enterprise apps with a single authentication; Data View, which enables users to monitor and track mobile data usage; and Help@Work that mirrors the user’s screen onto the IT management console so that IT support personnel can better help the user resolve the issue. The company serves financial services, government, healthcare, legal, manufacturing, professional services, retail, technology, and telecommunications industries in the United States and internationally. MobileIron, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

4. NQ Mobile (NQ) $3.71: NQ Mobile Inc. provides mobile Internet services in the People’s Republic of China and internationally. The company provides products and services in the areas of mobile security, privacy, productivity, personalized cloud, and family protection. It operates through two segments, Consumer and Enterprise. The company offers NQ Mobile Security, a mobile security product that protects users’ mobile voice and data from malicious software, hacking, phishing, and privacy intrusion; and mobile malware scanning, Internet firewall, financial and social media account and communication protection, phone performance optimization, and call and SMS blocking services.

It also provides NQ Mobile Vault, a mobile privacy product for users’ digital privacy through active control and on-device encryption of content and communication, including contacts, call logs, SMS, pictures, and videos; and Android Booster, Mobile Manager, NQ Easy Battery Saver, and Super Task Killer mobile productivity products, which enhance users’ time and relationship management. In addition, the company offers NQ Family Guardian that allows parents to protect their children’s smart device activities; a cloud security and storage software development kit for third-party developers; and mobile games, interest-based community applications, and advertising services. Further, it provides enterprise mobility solutions, such as mobile device, application, and content management solutions; and bring-your-own-device smart mobile devices, cross platform middleware/center enterprise server solutions, enterprise mobile security platform, industry mobility solutions, and architecting mobility strategies, as well as device sourcing, devices and application deployment and optimization, and training and support services.

5. Five9 Inc (FIVN) $8.95: The company provides cloud software for contact centers in the United States and internationally. It offers virtual contact center cloud platform that acts as the hub for interactions between its clients and their customers, enabling contact center operations focused on inbound or outbound customer interactions in a single unified architecture.

The company’s solution enables its clients to manage these customer interactions across various channels, including voice, chat, email, Web, social media, and mobile, as well as connects them to an appropriate agent. It also provides a portfolio of management applications comprising workforce management, reporting, quality management, and supervisor tools; and CRM integration solution that routes each customer interaction to an agent resource and provides agents with access to the information about the customer. The company serves customers in various industries, including banking and financial services, business process outsourcers, consumer, healthcare, and technology. Five9, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in San Ramon, California.

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Symbol Name Price Change % Volume
APPS Digital Turbine Inc. 0.74 -0.02 -2.40 136,399
FIVN Five9 Inc. 13.93 -0.07 -0.50 260,963
MGIC Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. 7.35 -0.05 -0.68 15,764
MOBL MobileIron Inc. 3.80 0.10 2.70 665,814
NQ NQ Mobile Inc. American Depositary Shares each rep 3.61 -0.08 -2.17 566,373


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