Our most recent title, Meow Quest, has been on the Apple's App Store for about a week. We already have some stats that we can compare to results from launching the game in other stores: Google Play and Amazon Store. Just a few days on the App Store brought more downloads than Google Play and Amazon Store combined. That says a lot about discoverability of new apps on Google Play and Amazon.
Our app 'Hyper Face - create funny caricature from photos, camera shots or Facebook' has recently reached 100 000 download mark since its launch on January 2013. We're very proud of our achievement since we have reached this number of downloads with spending maximum 50USD on sending out press releases to app review blogs and sites.
Over the passed weekend (March 1st through 3rd 2013) we took part in the Cancer Research Institute's hackathon at Google Campus.
As with anything new we have tasked ourselves to create, we started to brainstorm ideas while constantly asking following questions:
It's year 2013 and MySpace has long reposition itself as a service/website for musicians trying to complete with MixCloud, Soundcloud and the likes. But it seems to be stuck in the age of desktop web access only. Because we you visit artist's myspace page from tablet or smartphone you're presented with a non-optimised page. But this pales in signficance when you relealise you cannot play audio tracks! Because MySpace can't substitute Flash audio player with HTML5 audio player!
I wonder if there are any engineers left at the company?
You might wonder could there be app-free augmented reality activities. Well, we do augment reality daily wearing different clothes, accessories, masks, don't we? Drawing from these experiences Phillips in Taiwan used hairdresser mirrors to trick visitors into trying out moustache (which is really hard to come by among Taiwanese).
We're almost there having submitted application to Apple App Store. Now Google Play, Blackberry App World and Samsung Bada App Market on the way. Check out these screen shots
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Here's a quite neat idea of integrating Facebook check-ins made when visiting Asian food restaurants in Sweden to build awareness of direct flights by Air China between Sweden and China.
To promote its 2-for-1 special offer, Scandinavian Air launched a promo campaign. Select few 100 000 received an email with two embed QR coded codes: left one for him and right one for her. Upon scanning videos are downloaded and must be started synchronously.
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