New Clients Adopting AudioEye, Inc.'s Ally+ Solution

TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwired - Jul 22, 2015) - AudioEye, Inc. ( OTCQB : AEYE ) ("AudioEye" or the "Company") has signed contracts with diverse new clients and continues to develop its business while refining its product offerings. New AudioEye clients include:

Full-Service Savings Bank

As part of a two-year agreement, a full-service, federally chartered savings bank in the northeastern United States has joined additional banking clients who are adopting the Ally+ Premium solution, which includes AudioEye's cloud-based Reader. "We are excited to add another banking institution to our client list," stated Sean Bradley, President and Chief Technology Officer of AudioEye, Inc. "Our client serves professional service organizations, law professionals, small to mid-sized businesses and individuals. It was very important to them that they ensure the highest level of accessibility and usability to meet the individual needs of all visitors coming to their website. The AudioEye Ally+ Toolbar with Help Desk has been deployed, and the bank's site will be fully provisioned with the Reader in the next two weeks, with compliance certification to follow."

Merit Systems Protection Board

A federal agency, the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) has signed an agreement to adopt the AudioEye Ally+ Premium solution. "MSBP is dedicated to making its systems highly accessible and has contracted with AudioEye to provide services that include ensuring that the MSPB.gov website meets Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 guidelines," stated Patricia Brooks, Section 508 Coordinator of the Office of Information Resources Management. In addition to making available the different components of the Ally+ Toolbar and optimizing the site for users of assistive technology, AudioEye is also providing support for MSPB's massive repository of PDFs, ensuring that each is made available in an accessible format. MSBP has implemented the Ally+ Toolbar with Help Desk and the Reader. Leading up to the deployment of the AudioEye Conformance Certification Statement, AudioEye engineers continue to apply fixes to the website to optimize the user experience for assistive technology users.

Federal Workforce Development Agency

A federal agency, the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) has signed an agreement to adopt the AudioEye Ally+ Premium solution. "MSBP is dedicated to making its systems highly accessible and has contracted with AudioEye to provide services that include ensuring that the MSPB.gov website meets Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 guidelines," stated Patricia Brooks, Section 508 Coordinator of the Office of Information Resources Management. In addition to making available the different components of the Ally+ Toolbar and optimizing the site for users of assistive technology, AudioEye is also providing support for MSPB's massive repository of PDFs, ensuring that each is made available in an accessible format. MSBP has implemented the Ally+ Toolbar with Help Desk and the Reader. Leading up to the deployment of the AudioEye Conformance Certification Statement, AudioEye engineers continue to apply fixes to the website to optimize the user experience for assistive technology users.

Phoenix Rescue Mission

AudioEye continues to expand into new target market verticals and has secured a two-year agreement for its Ally+ Premium solution with Phoenix Rescue Mission, a provider of life transforming services for the homeless and hungry in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The AudioEye Ally+ Toolbar with Help Desk and the Phoenix Rescue Mission website will be fully provisioned with the Reader within the next two weeks, and compliance certification will follow. "It's a great privilege to work with organizations that share a common mission of helping empower people to lead better lives," stated Carr Bettis, Executive Chairman of AudioEye, Inc.

AudioEye has also provided its Ally+ Premium product to other selected high-profile organizations, such as:

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)

The Ally+ Toolbar has been integrated on the United Cerebral Palsy website at UCP.org, a leading resource and service provider for people with a spectrum of disabilities. "This is an exciting opportunity for AudioEye," stated Nathan Bradley, Chief Innovation Officer and Founder of AudioEye. "In addition to presenting countless site visitors with the AudioEye suite of assistive tools, AudioEye is also increasing exposure and expanding its showcase of strategic partners that support the Company's mission and values."

Special Olympics World Games (update)

AudioEye reported previously that it was a sponsor of the Special Olympics World Games event being held in Los Angeles. The Company is pleased to report that during the month of June, 3.2% of site visitors engaged AudioEye on the Special Olympics World Games (la2015.org) website and, collectively, over 22 million of AudioEye's compliance "fixes" were served. Consistently, when users engage the Reader, they stay and interact on the website for a longer period of time.

About AudioEye, Inc.

Incorporated in 2005, AudioEye provides enhanced web access and usability for its clients' customers through AudioEye's Ally™ platform. The Ally+ product allows AudioEye's clients to reach more customers, build more brand loyalty, retain more customers and secure more repeat business.

Most companies fail to provide full access to their websites. As a result, they exclude 5% to 10% of their potential customers, even though the law requires equal access and digital inclusion. Each month, AudioEye fixes millions of website problems for its clients; without these fixes, site visitors are left behind -- including those customers accessing websites through the use of assistive technologies such as those provided by Microsoft, Apple, Google, and others. AudioEye clients that implement the Ally+ solution receive a compliance certification seal that, through the adoption and application of internationally accepted accessibility standards, allows them to clearly and confidently demonstrate and promote their conscientious commitment to ensuring equal access to their digital properties (limited exclusions apply).

Ally+ is the most inclusive web accessibility solution available -- period. It goes beyond simply fixing issues that inhibit access to client information and services by also providing site visitors with a help desk resource for reporting usability problems, along with free cloud-based access to a customizable screen-reader-like user experience. By simply embedding the AudioEye JavaScript, the Ally+ patent-protected multi-language audible reader in the "cloud" provides new and returning customers the opportunity to thoroughly engage and interact with client websites in a unique and fully customizable way, regardless of their device type or preferred method of access. These tools have benefits for all site visitors, in particular aging populations and individuals who are visually impaired, hearing impaired, motor impaired, cognitively impaired, color blind, dyslexic, learning to read, looking to maintain focus, or multi-tasking.

Providing full access is the right thing to do, but it is also empowers customers, which makes it great for business. To learn more or to get started today, please visit www.audioeye.com for more information. AudioEye is Your Web Accessibility Ally™.

AudioEye's common stock trades on the OTCQB under the symbol "AEYE". The Company maintains offices in Tucson and Atlanta.

For further information, please contact:

David Kovacs
Strategic Consultant
AudioEye, Inc.
(866) 331-5324

AudioEye provides a comprehensive set of tools that enables digital content providers to create experiences that are more accessible, and more usable, for more people.

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