Mobile software company FOO just announced the launch of psst: the first mobile matchmaking application to come out of the Middle East. The app has been available for download on Android since the 22nd of April, accumulating more than a thousand installs since, and on iTunes for a couple of days.
The idea to develop the app is about 1 year old, that’s longer than Bang with Friends has been around (for those who are quick to point fingers), and revolves around 2 ways to communicate: likes and messages.
Hôtel-Dieu de France announced the launch of its new mobile application, a first of its kind effort in the hospital sector in Lebanon.
This new app addresses the growing need for immediate access to health care information. As patients and families are increasingly asked to be active decision makers in their health care and balance their busy schedules with their health needs, hospitals and doctors must become more accessible.
Mark Malkoun and Emile Khattar, the creators of the photo-centric citizen journalism app Completure, have just unveiled their latest creation ReachFast. ReachFast, currently available exclusively for iPhone (for now we hope), is a novel way to use your phone’s contacts. The app shaves of a couple of clicks here and there, making looking up people in your address book, calling, texting and editing contacts all the more convenient.
The App has been downloaded 11 000 on its first day alone, and will be free for a limited time on the App Store so you'd better get it now.
We recently paid a visit to iTunes to find out which were the most popular downloads among iPhone users in Egypt.
It is worth pointing out that iTunes 11 was released on the 29th of November 2012, and has been met with a lot of criticism, because of its radical change from the previous version, which confused many users, including myself, as it's not easy to locate many features on the new interface.
Read on to find out which were the 6 most popular apps!
Lebanese waste management company Sukleen just announced the release of their mobile application for iOS. Developed by apps2you, it empowers citizens to help clean up their neighborhood.
Using an iPhone or iPad, users can snap a picture of any ‘cleanliness issue’ on the streets and report it to the Sukleen Operations Team. After application automatically detects the location, the information is sent to Sukleen who will deal with the issue. The sender will receive updates on the progress through the app until they receive a message that confirms that the mission is complete.