This week we launched our new product, Pitch. It’s a new way of giving companies like you the ability to create your own Android and iOS apps, control the content in them via a simple admin UI, and send Push Notifications out to your audience! It’s pretty awesome, and best of all is its ridiculously cost effective!
We’re offering 50% off Pitch until Friday 19th December, so visit our new website and get in touch via the contact forms if you want know more or signup and we’ll do the rest.
Come on and join the Pitch revolution!
Improve your workflow with…
… Workflow! This is a brilliant new app that allows iOS users to connect together different tasks into sequences that can be activated in one click. Time to get that little bit more lazy… I mean productive.
Sometimes it’s OK to experiment on kids
Easily my favourite blog this week: a guy brings up his son playing every video game ever in chronological order. As the boy reaches 10 years old, the results speak for themselves…
YouTube’s new cool tool YouTube have starting rolling out new functionality that allows you to create animated GIFs from its videos. It’s not available on all videos yet, but give it time and watch the use of meme’s explode to new heights.
Apple Vs Google: The Smartphone Wars
As the 2 undisputed heavyweights of smartphone tech lead the charge into 2015, this article gives a great summary of where they both stand in terms of market share, future plans, and dealing with the new kids on the block.
What do you get the geek who has everything
Got more money than sense? I have, and I’ve only got £13.63 to my name. If you have too, CNet have just revealed their favourite tech gifts for Christmas. Imagine the mischief you could get up to with a Razor Cart/Nerf Gun combo!
GGA’s website of the week:
I’ve not played a game since I rented Assassins Creed 2 a few years ago and struggled to get off the menu screen. I knew my gaming days were over there and then. However, the new site for FarCry 4may be enough to make me change my mind.
… and finally.
As we start receiving the inevitable deluge of ‘best/worst things of the year’ polls, lets start with a, frankly cringe-worthy, look at some of the worst corporate Tweets of 2014 *shiver*.