Singapore-based startup, which launched its mobile app discovery platform to some fanfare last year, recently decided to call it quits and re-focus on ‘rich media ads’.

The company had raised $400,000 in seed funding from Tokyo-based mobile company I-FREEK.

This morning, founder and CEO Alvin Koay published a press release, announcing that has now effectively been terminated and that the domain name was put up for sale for the relatively high price of $1 million (a deal would also include the domain name, to be fair).

According to this report, Koay acquired the domain for $10,000 back when Apple launched its App Store – you do the math.

Do you think MobileApps and are worth $1 million, combined?