We sat down with Michelle Jensen, creator of the Nerd Out app, to find out how nerd community finally got the app they deserve!
Shoutem got a chance to be a part of “the best technology conference on the planet”, Web Summit. It’s an exciting opportunity, but at the same time, what if we fail in front of the crème de la crème of the tech world? Although we’re present on the market over five years, and have experience
Being a business owner is not an easy job. Running a business with significant results and stable growth is every CEO’s dream, but it’s a challenge and you don’t want to become Dr.Frankenstein and experiment with your business, do you?
It’s an important week for Shoutem. We’re attending Web Summit 2015, and we couldn’t be more excited about it!
This is a guest blog post from Ryan Stevens, Senior Analyst at Clutch. Shoutem was newly featured as a leader in an evaluation of mobile app creators and app builders by research firm Clutch. Their research process took into account many things including Shoutem’s ease of use, the features offered within our platform, our support offerings,
Today, we are proud to introduce a brand new way to partner up with Shoutem – our brand new Affiliate Program!
This week’s success stories brings you Once Upon a Tee – a unique T-shirt store with a different collection every week. Each collection is available for one week and one week only, so don’t miss out!
Nothing brings friends (and family) together like food and sport. Creators of Academy of Hockey know that, and that’s why they made (716) Food and Sport app. It provides the premier fan, food, and sports experience for residents and visitors of Western New York, with a commitment to hospitality, quality, and the community. (716) is their
Let’s face it, we all heard the term “Bluetooth” at some point in our lives. Most of us used it on our smartphones, gadgets and computers, and maybe some of us are still using this technology on a regular basis. You’ve probably wondered about origins of Bluetooth’s name, but there’s a slim chance you haven’t
Ever since Dave Barry, mentioned “Talk like a pirate day” in his column in 2002, this holiday gained media exposure. From an inside joke between two friends, it became annual holiday around the globe.
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