The buzzdoes stand was, well, buzzing, at Apps World this week, with developers working in consumer and b2b fields keen to learn about our viral app marketing tool. So they wanted to share their answers to the top 8 questions that cropped up. (more…)
App developers travelling to Apps World Asia in Singapore this week could be in for much more than an excellent two days of industry insight and networking, they could walk away with hundreds of dollars worth of free PR services from the app marketing and PR specialist Appsynth.
Appsynth’s industry publicity experts will be combing the Apps World show, searching for the best new app to announce to the international apps and technology community. Their winning app will be selected based on what they anticipate will be the most interesting and newsworthy for the global app media. (more…)
Apps World and Social Media World Forum Asia are almost upon us. Two shows designed specifically to help delegates build valuable connections in Asia and the rest of the digital world.We have compiled our top suggestions for how you can get the most out of getting connected at the show.
Twitter wall – a feature hard to be missed, located central to the networking hub within the expo area. To see your tweets broadcasted on our big screens and be in with a chance of becoming the top tweeter at the event don’t forget to include the #AppsWorld and #SMWF hashtags in all your tweets!
This year #AppsWorld welcomes back the Facebook Developers Garage, hosted by e27, to the Asia event who will be providing hands-on, practical advice for grass-roots developers looking to get into the fast-moving and lucrative
On Thursday 1 September at 1630 e27 will host the Facebook developers ‘meet & greet’ session which will include a talk on the latest issues for developers in social media and an introduction to Facebook’s new regional team including Alexander Klienberg (Facebook’s Head of Platform Partnerships in Asia-Pacific/Japan) and highlights of the plans for the region as well as networking opportunities. (more…)
An interactive conference deserves an interactive app. SMWF and Apps World Asia have teamed up with TalkBox to develop this year’s event app, bringing you a unique way to communicate at this year’s conference. TalkBox is all about sending messages with your voice. It’s an application dedicated to saving you the trouble and time of typing so you can get your message across fast!
Talk the message and get your emotions delivered instantly, with no ambiguity in your meaning! Forget SMS and BBM this is the new way to instantly communicate for free with no obligation to reply right away and the ability to listen back to the messages whenever you want.
The other exciting feature of TalkBox is that it gives you the ability to send voice tweets, that are restricted to 1 minute instead of 140 characters. (more…)
It’s just over two weeks until #AppsWorld arrives in Asia for the first time, promising a jam packed agenda full of apps-related advice, insight and inspiration across a multitude of issues. Apps World will be providing a free to attend developers track delivering first class workshops from the likes of Microsoft and Droid World over the two days of the show. The workshops will be place for app developers and entrepreneurs and focus on the development of profitable apps across different apps stores, covering a myriad of opportunities and challenges faced when creating and developing apps. (more…)
Alvin Koay’s Singapore-based startup MobileApps.com aims to deliver a fairer deal to app developers, providing a pan-platform wholesale app market that allows them to bank more cash from each app that’s sold.
Hailed by some commentators as a ‘Robin Hood’ of the apps industry, MobileApps.com compares favourably to the main app stores in cash terms, delivering 95% of revenue straight to developers, rather than the current industry standard of 70%. (more…)
This week saw the announcement from the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) that a huge S$15 million (USD $12.22 million) is to be set aside for encouraging businesses to develop mobile apps for the service sector.
If that wasn’t a large enough incentive for businesses to get mobile, Singapore is now one of the most mobile-connected countries in the world, currently there are 2.4 million more mobile subscriptions than there are people. It is the predicted future global app hotspot.
According to market research firm, Nielsen this explosion of connectivity in Singapore is said to be down to the popularity of the iPhone and iPad and the increasing availability of cheaper mobile internet tariffs. An indication of the integration of mobile app devices into Singaporean culture is the new initiative from its Defense Ministry to distribute 8,000 iPad 2s to its soldiers to allow them to chat with colleagues and record outfield exercises. Singapore really is a the region for mobile investment in Asia. (more…)