The web is currently moving from text and pictures to video. People often prefer to watch videos rather than read text. The folks at Picovico aim to reduce the barriers to video creation. The Picovico app is available on the web and iPhone, and helps users create video slideshows easily and quickly. We recently talked with the folks at Picovico about their experience analyzing the behavior and performance of their apps using Apigee.
Calorie Count's app is a free health and wellness tool that allows mobile users to search and log nutritional data for over 300K foods, popular exercises and healthy recipes, as well as track their weight loss, all while on the go on your mobile devices. The Calorie Count app is an extension to CalorieCount.com, an award-winning free online health and wellness service with almost 5.6 million members.
We asked Igor Lenovic, VP at About.com about his experience analyzing the Calorie Count mobile app behavior and performance using Apigee Mobile Analytics.
Think your work calendar is packed? Today's families have so much going on, it's a wonder that someone doesn't get left on the curb more often. Often it's not the scheduling that's the problem, but making sure the calendar gets communicated in a way that everyone is on the same page.
That's where the Nest Family Organizer can help - it's collaboration for today's busy family life. We spoke to Steve McPherson, creator of Nest and co-founder of Current Worldwide, about his experience building Nest and with Apigee's app services.
Earth Networks gathers and analyzes atmospheric observations from around the world using the world’s largest weather observation and lightning detection networks.
Andy Rosenbaum, director of development at Earth Networks - WeatherBug, discusses how the company has increased revenues and accelerated developer adoption through their API program. He explains how the company's new product, the Spark™ HTML5 Mobile Lightning Widget for app developers, taps the power of APIs to report the nearest lightning strike, minute-by-minute, based on a user’s GPS location on their smartphone.
82% of those surveyed can't go a day without critical apps; 85% admit they would rather give up drinking water than delete all of their mobile apps; 18% of French say they couldn't order dinner without an app. So says our 2013 Mobile App Behavior survey of over 760 smartphone owners across France, Germany, Spain, the U.K. and U.S., conducted online in February by uSamp.
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The Motley Fool's Mark Kennedy, Chris Eldredge and Chris Harris gave us insight into how they are using APIs both to unify their internal systems and expose capabilities in their CAPS stock analysis service. Motley Fool has taken advantage of the latest version of the Apigee API platform with self-service to quickly build and launch APIs.
RoundTable was the winner of the recent AT&T Mobile Hackathon. We asked Andrew Strickland about his experience building the RoundTable interactive presentation app powered by app services. RoundTable gives listeners the ability to ask questions during a presentation without waiting or interrupting.