The Flyr app lets you create interactive & shareable videos, & allows you to easily export your videos to social media Sites.
It’s an app that allows you to post longer tweets of over 140 characters in your Twitter account. Also, TweetyPad lets you post on other social media platforms such as Facebook, Tumblr, to name some.
Augmented reality effects can be easily added with ‘Model’ to ordinary shots taken on your mobile device.
If you’re a development shop looking for a best-in-class deployment solution that also helps beta test your apps, & has complete feedback & bug reporting capabilities, you may want to give Applivery a try.
Do you own a Website as well as an app to go along with it? Well, TextPuff is a platform that helps you increase your app downloads. Statistics show that over 90% of your desktop visitors usually don’t download your mobile app. Therefore, TextPuff comes in handy to convert your Site visitors into app downloads.
Website building platforms such as WordPress & SquareSpace are growing with each passing day. However, there exists a gap between beginner Website tools & enterprise-grade business solutions. To fill this gap, there’s now a startup called ‘Verst’. The latter is a smart platform for building professional-looking Websites & blogs.
This free mobile app aims to “disrupt the way people network & discover new professional opportunities” by using a powerful AI recommendation algorithm.
Whether you’re a publisher or advertiser, Clickky helps you target mobile ads to the right audience while managing your budget. To help you promote apps, you can use the self-service platform to choose the formats, launch & optimize your mobile CPI campaigns.
This iOS app helps parents monitor their children’s smartphone & desktop surfing & app activity, remotely & in a respectful & unobtrusive manner.
The app focuses on efficiency as well as simplicity. You can use Agenda-To Do, Lists, & Tasks if you are looking for an easy way to keep productivity on track & to get things done.
Are you a smartphone junkie? The average iPhone & iPad user checks his or her device around 100 times per day. If you’re really serious about measuring the extent of your “addiction”, then you might want to give ScreenUse a try.