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Complete business management from your iOS

When we reviewed the first release of this excellent business intranet application last year you might remember us singing it's praises from many rooftops. Essentially, it's a social network just like the Facebook that we all know, love(?) and are familiar with - but the difference here is that Bitrix24 is built for a work environment. Now the developers have upgraded the app specifically for iOS. Now you can easily log in to your totally safe and secure business social intranetwork whenever you want and from wherever you can get an Internet connection. Bitrix24 creates a unified work ...  More

Bitrix24 Mar 27th 2013

Search globally and locally for the best entertainment

Gablit is a new entertainment and recommendation, social search engine, born out of London a few years back, when three entrepreneurial types realized one night when they had lost their mobile phone, that trying to find the best entertainment available was turning into a full time job. They decided to develop this classy, informative, localized entertainment guide that encourages entertainers to promote their event and  gives the audience a place to find out everything that is going on around them or wherever they are planning on visiting.   Gablit solves a problem that people ...  More

Gablit Mar 25th 2013

Create a mobile friendly website from your Facebook business page

The creation of a website for your business, product or event has almost become essential in the age of technology that we live in. However, many smaller businesses have tended to favor things like the Facebook Business page to promote themselves or the things they are selling because of convenience and cost. But if you feel it's time to make the great leap forward into a website there a number of cheap and very worthy contenders that FeedMyApp have reviewed recently that will go some way to convince you. Aircus, Plebu and Hiccup all feature great web creation tools and now we have a new ...  More

TouchVu Mar 21st 2013

A social network for the dearly departed

A social network for the deceased? Ten years ago it would never even be considered but in the 21st Century it seems like a brilliant idea. I don't know whether it has been the popularity of tv shows like "Who Do Yo Think You Are?" or the rise in genealogy sites like Ancestry but the interest in giving due homage to the deceased has increased beyond belief. A brief obituary in the local newspaper isn't enough these days. Light an ICandle is a social remembrance application and gives you a place to create a digital afterlife for the dearly departed. It is a place to show respect and honor ...  More

Light an iCandle Mar 14th 2013

The future of project management is to socialize it

More and more businesses these days are adopting the idea of an internal business social collaboration network to aide communication in the workplace. For a start, most people are pretty familiar with the social network concept and use it on a regular basis so the learning factor is minimal. But secondly, it allows your workers to communicate in individual teams as well as across the whole business and negates the need for endless emails and time spent in meetings. Communifire is a new enterprise social collaboration application that makes for superb real-time communication between your ...  More

Communifire Mar 14th 2013

Collaborate and communicate with your team on your projects in a social way.

When we think about a team of co-workers collaborating on a project we tend to imagine a bunch of people living, working and breathing the same air - locked in a building somewhere coming up with brilliant ideas. But things are not like that anymore. Your team members in the Internet-friendly 21st Century could well be spread between the group at the office, the ones working from home and the ones that are situated all over the world. Incentive is a social network for groups of people who might or might not work in the same building. It makes for an easier way of collaboration and ...  More

Incentive Mar 11th 2013

Record and share your audio personality with more than 140 characters

Anyone who uses the Internet regularly will know the tricky situations that they can get themselves into when texting. Basically, its not easy to get your emotions and true feelings across at times without your messages being misconstrued. Dubbler is a new free social app for smartphone that deals with that problem by letting you express what you are feeling in an audio kind of way. Here, instead of using text as your communication medium, you can record and share up to 60 seconds of audio, tweak it with the various voice filters and share it with your social networking friends or by ...  More

Dubbler Mar 11th 2013

Monetize your iDevice

Ten years ago the word viral suggested something bad when it came to computer use. The nature of the word led thoughts towards viruses that would harm your computer or spam that would fill up your email in box with adverts for fake Rolexes and Viagra but why those two went together, I will never know. These days viral marketing is a legitimate and intelligent may of getting your message across that works on the 'suggest' theory rather than it being thrust down your throat. Nowadays, in fact, the tables are turned and the smartphone user can actually make money out of promoting products. ...  More

iBee Mar 7th 2013

Revolutionize your online resume and show yourself off

It's not easy to get across the passion that you have for a subject by a form of resume. It's not particularly easy, if it comes to that, to get that enthusiasm over to the people by creating a Facebook page or using any of the other social networking outlets. Maybe you have spread yourself right across all your networks. Your cool photos could be on Instagram, you might have some interesting articles and stories on your blog and then there is the stuff on your Facebook page. Enthuse.me is a new networking and promotion application where you can create a cool looking one-page profile where ...  More

Enthuse.me Feb 18th 2013

Analyze your social network campaigns to the nth degree

After the last US election, Barack Obama's chief strategist David Axelrod's skoffed when it was suggested that his boss had made a gaffe when talking about a particular sensitive subject in an off the cuff interview. At this level of Government, Axelrod stated, nothing is done by accident and every word and nuance is planned to the nth degree. You can also use this logic to produce a perfect marketing and advertising campaign. Businesses that use Instagram as an advertising medium now have a new set of analytical and marketing tools to boost their coffers.   Given that Instagram now ...  More

Nitrogram Feb 15th 2013

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