Mobile Roadie offers a self-serve app development platform that integrates with YouTube, Brightcove, Flickr, Twitpic, Ustream, Topspin, Google News, RSS, Twitter, and Facebook. Users can build both iOS and Android apps and the company already has a presence in the UK, France, Spain, Australia, Italy, Germany, Brazil, Turkey and Japan.
Now brands can create native iPad apps and fully customizable mobile websites, in addition to iPhone and Android apps. The iPad app platform included live navigation widgets which turn the main menu into a dynamic feed of streaming content; hi-res graphics layers, parallax scrolling and slideshows; and the ability to sync content with other apps. The iPad app creation platform costs brands $499 per month or $4,999 per year.
The free self-service mobile website product allows any brand or small business to create a mobile-friendly site on any budget. Brands can update content in realtime, create a shortcut icon and more.
The company powers more than 3,000 apps for brands of all sizes, adding more than 1,500 apps in the last nine months. Clients include Madonna, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, The Dallas Mavericks, The Miami Dolphins, The World Economic Forum, Harvard Law School, and Wynn Las Vegas.
Mobile Roadie is the first self-service mobile app platform that allows anyone to create and manage their own iPhone, Android, iPad apps, & Mobile Websites. Founded by Brock Batten (Creative Director) and Michael Schneider (CEO) in 2009, Mobile Roadie has created over thousands of apps for musicians, festivals, sports teams, venues and businesses, including Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Madonna, Dallas Mavericks and Cirque du Soleil. With partners like Topspin, Ustream, The Orchard and Sony Music, Mobile Roadie continues to...