Beam, a mobile wallet and mobile/ecommerce marketplace is rolling out its services in 29 major post offices across Uttarakhand. Now customers can avail services like mobile, data card, DTH recharges, utility payments, rail, air & bus tickets, cinema tickets and eCommerce payments at a post office near them and can be done without using credit/debit cards or net banking.
Picvie helps users to merge all their digital content seamlessly. It offers immediate viewing experience of the moment you have captured in albums. It starts with importing all the pictures pre-existing on the device. The photos are presented in two different rows, giving a bigger and better snapshot of every photo. Then you have an option of creating a new album for the snaps you wish to click or create one with the present set of photos.
Today’s App Friday comes from Tachyon Technologies, the makers of online transliteration tool Quillpad. It is an app that allows Facebook users to chat in Hindi. With Quillpad Facebook Hindi Chat, you can type in english, and the app would convert that to Hindi font and display on the other person’s chat window in the same font.
What ThinkScream does is, on one hand it allows the customers to enjoy free browsing at a retail point and on the other hand, it helps brands engage with customers through customized web apps created by the startup. ThinkScream provides WiFi solutions with customized Web based applications for its clients. “Our USP lies in integrating WiFi and RFID technology to solve operational and process issues faced by number of business verticals today,” says Raj. The technology provides a secure and authorized platform to malls, cinemas, cafes, restaurants, supermarkets, hospitals or any local retail outlet who wish to reach out to their customers and interact with them via the internet.
Badly planned cities, bad roads and not to mention bad drivers make a nightmarish traffic jam almost a give on Indian roads. Today’s App Friday is trying to solve this problem by crowdsourcing information about traffic from its users, onto an app.
Online sites often have an expert review of the product, or sometimes even their own review of the product, which can be biased. Amid this trend, Reviews42 offers an interesting proposition. It crowdsources reviews of products from actual users of product, and it is possible for users to have the most credible reviews for products on this app. Crowdsourcing also allows it to cater to products across categories. The app has received two rounds of funding.
LinkedIn today announced a revamp of their mobile app for the Android and iPhone platforms. It’s a complete UI and UX overhaul in comparison to the older variant. Apart from this, the LinkedIn blog states that it has focussed on localization and personalization. (Check out this video)
We spent some time with this app, and here’s a quick review of what LinkedIn has to offer to its mobile users.
Appy Pie, the cloud-based mobile app development solution has announced that it is out-of-beta launch today after months of closed testing. The Appy Pie platform allows users to create fully functional and customized apps in a wide series of categories that range from mobile games and navigational tools, to e-book readers and business utilities on today’s most popular operating systems.
One can connect to a contact on Zoment based on email Id or phone number. Connection through email Id has helped Zoment to leverage a different kind of marketing strategy. Travel bloggers who have a good number of followers have been given access to Zoment. Whenever any user of Zoment travels to places mentioned by the blogger, the user automatically gets a notification of the blog and places visited. This increases the longevity of any article or blog as well as saves the user the effort to find personal experiences.
You’re home, listening to music on your smartphone as drops of rain hit the window pane. It is the monsoon’s first rains and the aroma of a warm earth fills the surroundings. Your earphones are treating you to Kailash Kher’s Cherapunji, which is a soulful rendition describing the year’s first rains. And you want to share this with the world…