Last week at WWDC Apple announced, among other things, one new feature that might be a huge benefit for SMB and local apps. Quick Access to apps based on location will suggest apps to iPhone users based on their location. Below is an example of AppleStore and Starbucks apps that are appearing on the lock… Read more »
Posts By: Viktor, ShoutEm CEO
Launching an app has never been simpler; we at ShoutEm want to make it as easy as possible to create and launch an app, but that is only a part of the work you’ve got ahead of you.
They say “Eat your own dog food” and that is exactly what we do at ShoutEm. On top of the everyday building, tweaking and improving our product we also use an app we built – ShoutEm Watercooler. It’s pretty simple but very handy for us.
Here we are; ShoutEm crew is getting really close to launching a Mobile Loyalty feature, and I wanted to tell you more about how we decided to do it and what we see as the biggest opportunities in this space.
For the last couple of years, every Christmas and New Year I feel thankful for, in addition to my happy and healthy family, every new and old application created through ShoutEm. And not just for the few dollars that they bring in, but for the fact that they enable me to meet wonderful people –… Read more »
I’m thrilled to announce new version of the ShoutEm Mobile App Maker! Each day thousands of our customers are using our platform to create and manage their apps and we wanted to make that the best experience possible. Here is a two minute video showcasing the new user interface and some of the new V4… Read more »
“Don’t miss a party” Is this year moto. Last year we had more than 8000 downloads in just five days of SXSW Interactive. This year app is ready for a prime time and even better than last years. >250 parties listed Directions and RSVP buttons Selected (“Hot”) events of our choice for each day Drinkups,… Read more »
Fast-growing mobile traffic is forcing most websites to refresh their mobile versions that are focused on high-end touch-screen iPhone and Android phones and move away from the mobile themes that were built for screens of dying Nokia and Blackberry phones. There are two major approaches: Responsive Web Design (RWD) Separate HTML5/JS app (mobile web app, running… Read more »
My excitement about Android is like a roller coaster ride. We were one of the companies that applied for Android challenge in 2008 and were very excited about Mobile First designed brand new OS, but after it took more than a year to actually get first Android device on the market and those first devices… Read more »
A few articles written in last couple of weeks got my attention. One is from Vibhu Norby and his explanation on why they are pivoting from Mobile First to web. The other two are RWW’s hilarious recap of the state of Silicon Valley startup scene and Marc Andreesen’s post on why sometimes it actually might be… Read more »