Tag: mobile

5 Reasons Why IdeaScale Didn’t Build a Mobile App

There is no denying that mobile is here to stay. Its meteoric growth and near endless possibilities are truly stunning. People spend a lot of time on their phones, doing everything from playing Pokemon Go to paying bills. People are productive, entertained, and connected. Despite this popularity, the decision to build a mobile app is … Continued

Following the crowd to mobile: Why you need to optimize for devices

This month, over 1 billion people will use Facebook from a mobile device. Of that billion, 399 million will never see their newsfeed on a computer screen – about 30% of all active Facebook users access the site exclusively through mobile. Mr. Zuckerberg’s ubiquitous social network is not unique in this; last year, for the … Continued

Do You Hate Fun and Bangin’? Don’t Read this Post.

In a unique opportunity, IdeaScale had the chance to interview the mystery CEOs of the much-talked-about, upstart start-up Bang with Friends whose mobile application went live last week. In case you missed it, Bang with Friends is an application that allows you to discretely select people from your Facebook friends list who you would bang … Continued

Spotlight on IdeaScale

It’s been a busy time for IdeaScale. We’ve launched BadgeFarm, we’ve been following up on the success of the Federal Mobility Strategy, launching the new initiative on Section 508, and loads of other behind-the-scenes stuff that you’ll have to look forward to in the coming weeks. But we’ve also been in-front-of-the-scenes as well and we … Continued

What does Gen Mobile Mean?

Last week, Wal-Mart released the latest 4G Android phone at a price that has truly democratized the mobile phone experience. The phone is available for $29.99 (that is, of course, after a rebate and getting locked in for a two-year contract) – just in time for Christmas. This week the same phone is available in … Continued