Tag Archive | "Mobile Apps"

McDonald’s Launches Monopoly Mobile Game

Friday, September 9, 2016


This week McDonald’s in Australia launched their newly re-imagined Monopoly promotion into a mobile-first gaming experience that converges the digital and physical worlds with an app that scans the ‘peel n reveal’ tickets to unlock unique mobile games, including an augmented reality play. Featuring a virtual game board, the app stashes gaming tickets onto the [...]

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Meet Allo: Google’s AI Powered Messenger App

Sunday, May 22, 2016


The world of AI powered chat bots is here, and Allo, Google’s new messenger bot, wants to be your favourite messenger app, by fusing all of the power of Google search, into your messenger app. So, how does it work? Well kind of like your existing messenger app, but with search integrated to the core, [...]

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Introducing FordPass: The Future of Mobility

Sunday, January 17, 2016


Welcome to the future of Ford. Where you don’t just buy a car, you get access to an entire digital ecosystem of services for being part of the family, as they start to shape the future of the automotive industry, where just perhaps, you won’t even have to own a car with RideShare of the [...]

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SpeakEmoji: The Emoji Translator App

Monday, December 21, 2015


Just in time for the holiday season where you’ll probably be wondering what your kids are saying with those weird Emoji combinations… or perhaps, you’re just not cool enough to be in the convo! Introducing SpeakEmoji, the world-first voice-to-emoji translator app which translates grown-up speak into cool emoji messages, thus making just about any one [...]

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IBM: Making It Rain Bitcoins

Monday, October 12, 2015


IBM made it rain bitcoins, literally. With a cool weather app specifically made for the “Campus Party” event, arguably the biggest geek event in the world. Where people would download the weather app, and monitor the forecast, so that when it started raining, they’d make it to the right location, to catch the Bitcoin rain… [...]

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Starbucks: The Roastery Mobile Experience

Friday, October 9, 2015


Starbucks Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, is a unique experience that lets visitors follow the coffee bean’s journey from harvesting to roasting and tasting, giving them a great cup of coffee… all with a perfect companion mobile experience, helping to tell the compelling story behind it all at once. Powered by iBeacon trigger points, [...]

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SeeLight: Helping Blind People Navigate Cities

Tuesday, August 18, 2015


SeeLight is a new, open source platform aiming to map the world’s traffic lights to help blind people be able to use any street, anywhere in the world, with the ability to easily stop and cross roads with confidence regardless of if the traffic lights have sound/tactile aids for the blind. Check it out here.

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Pedigree Found: Real Time Lost Dog App

Friday, April 17, 2015


Genius. Ok so what happens when you lose your dog? Panic sets in, you roam the streets, maybe even put up posters in desperation. Well, now Pedigree has created ‘Pedigree Found’ and app to help find lost dogs in real-time. Once you’ve got the app, and created your dogs profile, if your dog gets lost, [...]

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ShotTracker: Wearable Tech For Training

Sunday, February 1, 2015


Connected everything in 2015 right? Yep. Here’s another. Sport. It’s a big one, and wearable tech will really step up a gear this year, so here’s one to kick it off… It’s called ‘ShotTracker’ a wristband and net clip combo for Basketballers that tracks every shot made and missed. Analyses your game from every point [...]

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Next Glass: Beer & Wine Taste Matching App

Wednesday, November 26, 2014


Check out Next Glass. A data-driven beer and wine matching app that can tell you if you’ll like a particular drink, just by scanning the bottle, so that you’ll never have a bad drink again. The app creates a “taste profile” by identifying your current favourite beers and wines, as well as your preferred flavours [...]

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Dominos: Meet ‘Dom’ The ‘Siri’ of Pizza Ordering

Thursday, October 9, 2014


Meet Dom, he’s Domino’s new ‘Siri’ Competitor… The only problem is that all he knows is how to order pizza from Dominos. So if you need help cooking, calling friends, searching google .etc He’s not going to be any help. But, if you do want an easy way to order your favourite pizzas from Domino’s… [...]

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Volkswagen: Charge Up For e-Golf App Challenge

Tuesday, September 2, 2014


Check out this new campaign from Volkswagen which utilizes the charging hardware on smartphones to interact and power an app! So by doing what people do every day, charging their phone, the Volkswagen ‘Charge Up’ for e-Golf app and deliver receive a raffle tickets to people when they charge their phone, for the chance to [...]

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Instagram: Introducing The Hyperlapse App

Thursday, August 28, 2014


Just a few weeks ago Microsoft revealed some seriously cool ‘Labs’ technology that created these ‘Hyperlapse’ videos from GoPro footage… Now, fast forward almost no time, and Instagram has released an app that does the exact same thing from video you shoot on your mobile, and then instantly posts it for you. A serious shame [...]

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CIF: The Street Graffiti Cleaner App

Wednesday, June 4, 2014


CIF is helping to clean up the streets of Romania with their new app that allows you to take photos of Graffiti on any street, which is then automatically geo-tagged and sent to an active street cleaning team that respond with CIF’s cleaning power. A nice fun little piece form the guys at MRM Romania.

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Samsung PowerSleep App: Help Fight Cancer

Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Here’s an interesting play, this time its Samsung for Cancer Research with PowerSleep. They have developed an android app made specifically for their phones that processes research data while you’re sleeping, by using your un-used processing power at night, specifically for Cancer research centers, enabling them to fast-track their research with the power of millions [...]

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Googleyize: Live Wallpapers for Android

Friday, May 9, 2014


Here’s something a little different for a Friday. Meet Googleyize, which creates Live Wallpapers for your Android phone, out of those awesome Googleyize ‘eyes’ that those toys from your childhood use to have… The app lets you put Googleyize on any photo you take, and then they come to life as a ‘live’ wallpaper. You [...]

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The Sound Of Taste: An Interactive ‘Sonic’ Poster

Sunday, April 13, 2014


This is what’s know as a ‘sonic’ poster, a bluetooth connected printed posted that communicates with your mobile phone, utilising it as the speaker to bring the poster to life. Grey London have collaborated on an interactive poster that uses innovative ‘touch sensitive’ inks to turn the surface area of the paper into an interactive [...]

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The Dalí Museum: Staring Challenge App

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


Here’s a new piece of work for The Dali Museum in Florida, with an app that lets you “compete” against Dali himself in an old ‘staring contest’… You can challenge some other people too, including the likes of Andy Warhol. It’s a little bit quirky. And there is a 2 hour demo if you really [...]

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Introducing Paper: Facebook’s News Reader App

Saturday, February 1, 2014


This video showcases the new ‘Paper’ mobile app from Facebook, which provides an intuitive news reader app experience pulling from 19 categories including tech, sports, pop-culture .etc It looks nothing like Facebook, and all content displayed will be curated through a process that includes both an algorithm and a human selection to ensure the best [...]

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Helly Hansen: First Tracks Powder Alarm App

Monday, January 20, 2014


The must have app this season for all Snowboarders and Skiiers. Set it before you goto sleep, one early wake-up alarm and one sleep-in, with the app checking all night long for weather reports of powder, if you hit gold you’ll be the first up to claim those fresh tracks. Otherwise, why bother heading up. [...]

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