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Articles tagged with: app

Cooklet: Smart Cooking and the Google for Food

Written by Clara Hosshage on Wednesday, 13 May 2015.

Grzegorz Trubilowicz is the founder and CEO of Cooklet, an internationally recognised culinary platform. The idea behind the product is to provide a modern platform for 'foodies', making cooking social as you engage in the global community. It's a simple way of organising your own interactive cookbook, while at the same time sharing cooking experiences among the network of passionate people from around the world.

Playtime or Learning time, the potential of Children’s Apps

Written by Lucy Gill on Wednesday, 29 April 2015.

The global app economy is growing incredibly fast with Apple's cumulative App Store downloads topping 85 billion in October 2014 (see Statista) up from 60 billion a year ago and including 36% revenue growth year-on-year. Children's apps are a significant and fast growing part of this sector. They are also a fascinating part of this sector with their own opportunities and unique challenges.

Why should you be interested in Family apps?

Written by Tara Benson on Thursday, 23 April 2015.

It's an unsurprising phenomenon. After all families are a fruitful marketplace. Children need things. Parents buy them. There's money to be made in providing solutions to families. And so the family app industry is booming. But how do you stand out in a crowded market? How do you become a go-to brand for busy families? How do you avoid becoming 'just another app'?

Turning social networks into payment networks

Written by Alistair Crane on Monday, 30 March 2015.

Facebook's recent announcement of plans to integrate payments into its Messenger app is the latest milestone in a compelling journey for this service: In April 2014 Facebook drove the mass adoption of its separate Messenger app. The messaging feature in its flagship mobile service no longer included the same functionality, simply becoming a redirect to download the standalone Facebook Messenger app.

The Magic Moment of Meerkat

Written by Mark Suster on Wednesday, 11 March 2015.

Ok. If you work in tech this week you've no doubt heard much of this new app called Meerkat.

In case you've spent the week living under a rock, Meerkat is an app integrated (currently) with Twitter in which if you click on the link of somebody who shares a "Meerkat Stream" you will be transported into a live session of their phone streaming. You can also watch in the Meerkat app linked above and participate in a realtime conversation with other people in that particular stream.

Meerkat is magical.

GetFittter: From zero to 4.2 million USD

Written by Irina Nicoleta Scarlat on Friday, 27 February 2015.

"Either you're an entrepreneur or you're not" says Bogdan Predusca, Co-Founder of Fittter, an application that offers a mobile personal training experience and gives employers a tool to run health and fitness programs for their workforce. But when it was accepted in MVP Academy Class of 2014, Fittter was just an app...

Zesty co-founder talks the future of healthcare and how he built his startup

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Friday, 21 November 2014.

James Balmain is no stranger to the triumphs and tribulations that come with creating a start-up. Co-founder and CEO of Zesty, the healthcare appointment booking service, his first foray into this challenging environment was with his digital marketing company Light Image in 1997. Since then, James has worked as an e-commerce expert across numerous online retailers, including his own venture WebTogs, ShopDirect and EE, staking his place as one of the industry's most innovative thinkers.

Meet French Entrepreneur Jean-Eudes Lepelletier, creator of Tapikeo HD, an ergonomic app that is taking off

Written by Robin Lent on Friday, 24 October 2014.

A few years back, Jean-Eudes moved with his family to Turkey for his job. He soon noticed that his two kids, aged 3 and 5, were a little homesick and missing relatives back in France. Jean-Eude came up with a way to use an ipad to tie in photos with hearing the voices of family members back in France. The kids were enthusiastic users of their father's little creation, and Jean-Eudes noticed that it kept them closer to their distant family.

Entrepreneur Profile: Nathalie Gaveau, Shopcade

on Thursday, 10 July 2014.

One of the most successful female entrepreneurs in Europe? Check. The founder and CEO of the world's largest social shopping app, Shopcade? Double Check. Originally from Paris and now living in London, Nathalie Gaveau is certainly a woman who knows a thing or two about business. Now, Nathalie's creation seems to be going from strength to strength, with an impressive 800,000 active users and two million unique users a month.

Over beats competition for U-Start investment

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 08 July 2014.

Over, the South African photo editing app, has built its business by letting users layer their photos with cool typography and artsy icons. But it was its sustainable and scalable model that wowed judges at U-Start.

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