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  • Deeplink.me Brings Twitter Card Support To Mobile Developers Without A Web Presence

    Deeplink.me Brings Twitter Card Support To Mobile Developers Without A Web Presence

    Deeplink.me, an open initiative which encourages app developers to embrace deep linking – that is, linking directly to content inside an application from anywhere on the web or mobile – is today rolling out support for Twitter Cards. This means that app developers who don’t currently have a web presence are now able to take advantage of Twitter’s ability to point its… Read More

  • Deeplink.me Launches A Retargeting Network For Mobile That Sends Users Back To The Apps They’ve Already Installed

    Deeplink.me Launches A Retargeting Network For Mobile That Sends Users Back To The Apps They’ve Already Installed

    Deeplink.me, the new service from Cellogic making it possible for users to navigate through the apps on a smartphone the way you navigate the web, is today exiting from its beta period and launching an accompanying retargeting network. The network takes advantage of Deeplink.me’s knowledge of deep linking into apps to identify users who have a particular app installed on their phone… Read More

  • NTT DoCoMo Deal Brings FlyScreen To Millions Of Japanese Android Users

    A big (marketing and distribution) deal for Cellogic, makers of the fine FlyScreen mobile application: they’re teaming up with NTT DoCoMo, a big Japanese carrier. Under the terms of the partnership agreement, NTT DoCoMo and a local Japanese location-based services company called Brilliant will be pushing FlyScreen onto the Japanese market, bringing it to millions of Android handset users. Read More

  • FlyScreen lands on iPhone but not as we know it

    FlyScreen, the lock screen replacement for Android and Symbian phones from Israeli startup Cellogic, has landed on the iPhone. But not as we know it. That’s because Apple’s iOS is locked down as it were (see what I did there) and doesn’t allow third-party apps to take over the lock screen. This doesn’t mean that iPhone users of FlyScreen don’t get access to… Read More

  • FlyScreen Lands On iPhone But Not As We Know It

    FlyScreen, the lock screen replacement for Android and Symbian phones from Israeli startup Cellogic, has landed on the iPhone. But not as we know it. That’s because Apple’s iOS is locked down as it were (see what I did there) and doesn’t allow third-party apps to take over the lock screen. This doesn’t mean that iPhone users of FlyScreen don’t get access to… Read More

  • FlyScreen for Android adds Foursquare integration

    [Israel] FlyScreen, the mobile phone lock-screen replacement from Israeli startup Cellogic, has added Foursquare integration to its Android app ahead of this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) festival. The new Foursquare widget lets users of the location-based social network access its main features, including the ability to quickly find places nearby, “check-in”, share… Read More

  • FlyScreen lands on Android (1,000 invites)

    Israeli startup Cellogic, makers of the fine FlyScreen software, have spent the last 8 months or so developing a custom version for the Android platform to complement their currently Symbian-exclusive version. Today, the company is debuting the private alpha version of the Android-compatible program, and we have 1,000 invites to offer for those carrying around HTC phones running Android 1.5… Read More