We're looking for a handful of stellar designers to help us create NiftieApp templates for iOS and in return we're offering unlimited access to the NiftieApps platform. We'll let you publish a free iOS app with no monthly service fee, ever, for every template you help us create!
What is NiftieApps?
NiftieApps lets people quickly create and manage apps for the App Store and Android Marketplace.
What are NiftieApp templates?
NiftieApp templates let individuals, business owners and NiftieApps creators quickly throw together an app without having to worry about the design details. This will let them focus on their logo and content instead of finding a designer.
Want to be a part of what we're doing here? Do you have what it takes? Think you can offer even more?
We're looking for people interested in being a part of what we're doing here, and we'd like to check out your stuff first to see if you bring the stellarness, but if all that is aligned we need all the help and ideas that we can get!
Get in touch with us and other NiftieApp creators/designers.
If you're old school or you just want to email us use firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thanks for reading!-Colin
Posted October 11, 2011
With the announcement of the next generation iPhone on October 4, many people are already making plans to upgrade. There has been some speculation on what features the new model will include, but with leaked hardware images, there's a good chance we'll see a faster processor, higher resolution camera, larger screen and most likely a new appearance.
Here's a cool infographic of who's likely to upgrade!
Posted September 29, 2011
As of June 1, 2011, smartphone users now account for 1/3 of the mobile population. Pretty astonishing numbers aren't they? What's interesting to note are the primary use of the phones. 40.6 per cent of all mobile users used apps in their daily lives. The phrase "there's an app for that" rings true as functionality continues to increase.
Here's the report from Huffington Post
CANADIAN PRESS - TORONTO - About a third of Canadian mobile users are on a smartphone, says measurement firm comScore.
Of the 6.6 million users that owned smartphones in March, 42 per cent had a BlackBerry, 31 per cent had an iPhone, 12.2 per cent had a Google Android phone, 6.4 per cent had a Symbian phone and 5.1 per cent had a Microsoft phone.
Counting all mobile users, the most popular functions used were sending text messages (64.5 per cent) and taking photos (48.9 per cent).
About 40.6 per cent of mobile subscribers used apps, 35 per cent sought out news or information, 32.7 per cent used a web browser, almost 30 per cent accessed email and 27 per cent played games.
About 25 per cent accessed social networks or blogs, 20 per cent shot video, 19 per cent listened to music and 17.5 per cent loaded maps.
Posted September 28, 2011
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Posted September 16, 2011
We're pleased to announce that we're going to be working with The Owl at the University of Regina to bring them a new iPhone app! Follow us on Twitter @NiftieApps, on Facebook.com/NiftieApps, or check back here for updates.
Posted July 14, 2011