App Happy

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Honestly, what can’t mobile apps do? I was reading an article yesterday about new apps that set pretty sophisticated security measures in motion when someone steals your phone: http://online.wsj.com/articles/to-catch-a-phone-thief-take-a-theftie-1401301130

Then, I saw an article this morning that says Dr. James Andrews is developing an app that is designed to help young pitchers avoid the need to get Tommy John surgery: http://espn.go.com/mlb/story/_/id/11002986/dr-james-andrews-app-aiming-limit-tommy-john-surgeries

Plus, the WEIRD LAWS app just told me that bear wrestling matches are illegal in Alabama. #themoreyouknow

The great thing about an app is that it can be programmed to do just about anything. That’s the reason that so many businesses are finding it essential to have an app as part of their overall marketing plan; that and the high number of people who own / constantly play with a smartphone.

Every business has at least a few pieces of information that they would like their customers to have with them at all times, and most would like those customers to be able to do something with those pieces of information as quickly as possible. An app provides that necessary drop-of-a-hat accessibility, to both the information and the way to use it.

And, if you’d like to offer your customers a way to play games, upload photos, download ringtones, or just about anything else a computer program can do, your app can do that, too.

If you would like to give your customers a way to keep your information with them at all times, a way to use that information as soon as they need it, and maybe even a way to have a little fun with their phones, drop us a line. We can design your app to do all that and more!

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