The startup is now helping Sony develop interactive mobile apps for the music label’s network of artists. Using Mobile Roadie’s self-serve platform, Sony will be creating both iPhone,BlackBerry, and Android apps for a musician or band that feature their… → Read More
Back in April, we announced that Los Angeles-based DIY mobile apps creation platform, Mobile Roadie, announced it was setting-up shop in Europe. But the company hasn’t just been focused on developing its European business and presence. In fact, today Mobile Roadie is also announcing the release of its pro platform. Yes, fancy mobile app creation just got that much easier.
So to break it down… → Read More
The idea Mobile Roadie Pro is to offers clients more creative control over the development of their app, offering customization of menu layout, colors, buttons, and fonts. Pro also supports multiple categories of… → Read More
Los Angeles-based Mobile Roadie has just announced that its iPhone and Android application creation platform is launching in Europe in French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and German. The company has also announced plans to set-up local offices, starting with Paris.
The company was founded in 2009 and has done apps for a number of high-profile clients, including Madonna, Ashton Kutcher and Taylor… → Read More
We’re big fans of Mobile Roadie, a startup that helps develop iPhone apps. But the one gripe we had was that Mobile Roadie was limited to the iPhone platform. Today, out wish came true as Mobile Roadie is launching functionality for Android phones.
The beauty of Mobile Roadie’s platform is that it offers a dead simple mostly-automated system to build apps and have them posted to Apple’s App… → Read More
As the way consumers read books evolves, there is an opportunity for mobile technologies to connect consumers with their favorite reads. Mobile Roadie, a startup that helps develops iPhone apps, is collaborating with one of the most foremost publishers, Random House, to launch iPhone apps for authors.
The Random House group will launch free individual iPhone applications, powered by Mobile… → Read More
Mobile Roadie’s CEO Michael Schneider is on stage at the Le Web conference in Paris talking about his do-it-yourself iPhone app builder. The company created an iPhone app for the Le Web event that has had 2,500 downloads so far (for 2,300 total attendees). He went on stage to talk about the app and to announce support for Android in early 2010.
I had a chance to grab him just before he went on… → Read More
As mobile web usage increases, conference attendees need real-time, updated information on the go that can be accessible from mobile devices. Mobile Roadie, a startup that helps develops iPhone apps, has developed the official iPhone app for LeWeb, the foremost European technology conference organized by French entrepreneur and Seesmic founder, Loic Le Meur and his wife, Geraldine. LeWeb 2009 is… → Read More
The record industry has approached Apple’s App store with a somewhat amusing amount of hesitation. When the App Store first launched last summer, a few major artists tested the waters with some obnoxiously basic apps, sometimes consisting of little more than a splash screen and a handful of their songs. But things are beginning to change. Leading the charge has been Nine Inch Nails, which … → Read More