You’ve poured your heart and soul into making the best game possible. You’ve play tested, found all the bugs, made sure your code executed perfectly across a wide range of devices and platforms, put in great art and animations, and made sure that your payment gateway is responding properly. However now comes the part that every mobile game startup both looks forward to and dreads, getting people to play their game. While there are many potential marketing strategies that a mobile game startup can use, one of the most tried and tested methods of making any product successful is through the use of referrals. Read More
 Blink 182 just dropped new album, Independence Day is back in theaters, and everyone is playing Pokemon. While it may feel like we’ve gone back in time to the 90s, we’re actually in the midst of a millennial-fueled nostalgia trip. And when it comes to the resurgence of Pokemon, small businesses are capitalizing big time. Read More
  As mobile, digital, and other forms of cutting edge technologies are becoming increasingly available to the average person, startups have found creative ways to leverage emerging technologies in order to make our day-to-day lives easier. California-based startup Ring, for instance, which recently secured a $28 million investment from Richard Branson, launched a smart doorbell, making it possible to “answer” the door remotely.    In addition to smart doorbells and the like, many startups and app developers are also finding ingenious ways to not just make our lives easier, but to make the world a better place. They’ve set out to tackle serious issues like world hunger, global pollution, and regenerative medicine. Read More
  Tinder has changed the app industry forever. With a few simple swipes, the app that launched in September 2012 and now has over 30 million accounts, makes chatting with matches a breeze. Who knew finding a date could become so efficient?   And with Tinder parent company Match debuting its IPO on the NASDAQ today, raising an estimated half a billion dollars, thanks in large part to the success of Tinder, it’s no surprise that many app builders are swiping right to the Tinder model by incorporating the swipe feature into their own mobile applications.   Here are the top five Tinder-inspired apps of 2015. Read More
  Get more from your maps with the SaraGEO iOS app.   For too long, mobile application maps have been static, non-interactive, and non-customizable. SaraGEO is transforming the way we use maps on our mobile devices with its free iOS app, which allows users to connect with our mapped surroundings like never before. Get ready to learn, create, share, and interact with the world in your hands with SaraGEO. Read More