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Create next generation online surveys for your mobile devices

In days of old, the only real feedback that a business would get would be an 'over the counter' one from a disgruntled customer. And even then, it is said that for every person that complains, there are another six who will simply tell their friends...who tell their friends. Things have moved on from those days and meaningful knowledge has been gathered via everything from door-to-door surveys to in-person focus groups. But the single biggest change in survey gathering has occurred since the turn of the century. The online survey business now generates in excess of two billion dollars ...  More

GetFeedback Oct 2nd 2013

Keep contact notes with customers on-the-go

It might be fairly easy to keep in contact with your customers and keep notes about your communications when you spend most of your time in the office but it's not quite so easy when you are often out on the road. With a bit of luck you will be keeping notes of your customer conversations but then it's more a question of transferring those notes onto their file back in the office to keep track of everything. ONDiGO CRM is a free CRM app that is built for mobiles and makes it easy to manage your customers when you are on-the-go.   ONDiGO is a mobile CRM that revolutionizes the way ...  More

ONDiGO CRM Sep 19th 2013

Perfect accounting and billing for small business and sole traders

One of the most difficult aspects of running a business seems to be billing and paperwork. I've lost count of the number of mistakes and stupid accounting procedures that I've seen over the years - more often from big companies rather than small ones. Those careless billing problems can cost you customers. So, how on earth can small businesses and freelancers get their accounting act together when the bigger ones, with their much bigger budgets, manage to screw it up on a regular basis? Well, Zervant is an invoicing, accounting and time tracking application that seems to be a pretty good ...  More

Zervant Aug 29th 2013

The next generation of social event apps is here

It wasn't so long ago that everything surrounding an event you were attending would be shrouded in reams and reams of paper, books, pamphlets and even the occasional DVD to keep you up to date with everything that was going on. But, let's face it. The only good thing about that would be the free bag that housed all your paperwork...and the free pen. You might even get a baseball cap, if you were lucky. These days, it's all changed. Apps are the things that inform and engage attendees in this day and age...and they are getting slicker and smarter. Attendify is an event management ...  More

Attendify Aug 25th 2013

Romance lets the app grow fonder

Romance...it's a beautiful thing. It's claimed that this 2gether application was "born to decrease the number of divorces." Well, I'm not so sure about that but it is certainly an app that encourages better communication between partners wherever they may be. The delightfully named 2gether provides an intimate place for lovers to share thoughts, photos, moods and calendars as well as a "Tamagotchi" style in-app plant that the lovers have to nurture and flourish to keep it, as well as your relationship, fresh and alive.   2gether app is an intimate space designed for growing your ...  More

2gether app Jul 28th 2013

Create simple native apps for your small business

It would be surprising to find out that a large company doesn't have an app attached to it these days. We have been told for the last two years that an online presence is essential in these internet crazy times. With the boom in smartphones hitting an all time high and people thirsting for new apps to put on them these large businesses have had a head start on smaller ones - primarily because of the cost factor but also because it was deemed to be hard work to put a native app together. ZeitConnect is a foot-in-the-door app creator for iOS and Android that enables small organizations or ...  More

ZeitConnect May 13th 2013

Get locals to tell you what's good through social networks

I have a friend who runs a cafe locally and I checked out the online reviews for the place the other day. They varied from ultra-complimentary (probably written by themselves) to ultra-critical (probably written by people from rival cafes.) To be quite honest, it didn't tell me much about the place. The whole concept of reviews needs to be thrown back on the people that matter most - customers - and Sooligan is a social review site with a difference. It takes it's 'reviews' from the comments on the pages of social media to give you a much broader overview of the localized places around ...  More

Sooligan May 9th 2013

Use voice command to tell your book what to save

Back in the days of paper books, researchers and serious book readers would always need a note pad handy to jot down relevant and important moments within the text so that it was simple to find those passages again later. Either that or there would be tiny scrawled hand written notes in the margins of the book itself. It used to be quite exciting to buy a second hand book and have someone's detailed notes explaining certain moments and drawing attention to other significant passages. In the 21st century and with the popularity of the eBook at an all time high we have taken on a much neater ...  More

Booke May 6th 2013

What if someone had offered free Facebook shares way back then?

If somebody had asked you to get involved with an online social network called Facebook all those years ago do you think you would have taken it any further? If you did, of course, you would probably be sitting pretty right now. So if a new social network was about to start up that has something new to offer and offered you the chance to get involved during the pre-organizational stage, would you be interested? You'd be crazy not to look at it. GlobAllShare claims to be the future of social networking. It also offers the chance for early subscribers who contribute to its growth to benefit ...  More

GlobAllShare: Social Network of the future Apr 30th 2013

Watch and share your favorite videos anywhere and anytime you wish

Well, I thought Paul the Beatle was pretty good. And i thought that Paul the movie was hilarious. So, PAUL the app had a pretty good chance of turning out to be quite interesting. And interesting it most certainly is - especially for fans of video watching from the likes of YouTube, Last.fm, CNN and ESPN and your social networks. PAUL is a handsome looking video app for Android that is the only mobile service to offer both video playback and offline watching. Now you can watch your favorite videos anywhere you are and at any time you want whilst managing to avoid the slow loading process. ...  More

PAUL the app Apr 24th 2013

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