Some might say that our old app templates perhaps looked a bit empty, and didn’t really show what can be done with the ShoutEm builder. We’ve changed that dramatically – please let us introduce our new app templates. Read more…
As you may have seen, we’ve been crazy busy with some new features lately.
One of them is our simple, but powerful home screen editor. You can get some feel of what you can do with it by checking out new app templates – all of them were built using the new home screen editor. Read more…
This is it, you’ve finally realized you need a mobile app to improve your services and keep up with the times. ShoutEm is here to help and deliver the best solution. However, the job is not nearly done yet. Before we start creating the app, you need to be able to answer seven key questions in order to make the final product just right.
Apple recently announced many changes and updates for the upcoming period. Most of these announcements are in domains of design and leisure and, as such, are targeting end users. However, the announcement of Swift, Apple’s new programming language, has made a splash among developers as well.
Your festival begins in just a few weeks. With everything in the right place, your mobile app is ready to make a live debut. But will it deliver? We bring you 5 worthy pieces of advice on how to make your festival app an important part of your event, how to attract users and what to do with the app after the event is over. Yes, there’s that too!
Mobile apps are very similar to small businesses: their number increases every day and their goal is to get the job done in the simplest manner, without unnecessary complications. All small business owners who want to be up to speed with the technological developments, as well as competitive in the market and – most importantly – of use to their buyers and customers will invest in mobile applications. These are the main reasons why they certainly should…
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 screen.
Yup, you heard right – offline! We are all constantly connected through our mobile phones; Facebook and Twitter feeds are our information pit stops, and the emails filling up our inboxes are everything we ever wanted and more. It’s so easy to get heard in the online world, but what about offline? How do you get through to those tough to reach places? How do you get attention out in the open? We decided to put down our phones and go out, trying to find the top 5 ways to promote your app offline.
In recent years, especially in the aftermath of the rise of so-called responsive web design, mobile web has come closer to mobile apps, and today’s websites “know” how to adapt to any type or format of mobile devices. But while there are scenarios which make relying on the mobile version of websites a logical, economical and satisfactory option, there is also a whole range of advantages that native apps bring to the table.
Our newest App Spotlight features The GourmetKickz App. GourmetKickz “Food for the Sole” specializes in custom Nike sneakers, and The GourmetKickz App allows you to connect with the Brand on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, share images from galleries, receive notifications about limited custom sneaker releases and newly published time sensitive coupon codes – in short, this app keeps you directly connected to everything related to GourmetKickz and the artist behind the brand “Chef”!