Cocoa, Cocoa Touch, Mac OSx, iPhone, CrossPlatform, OpenGL, Unity 3D, CoreAnimation and more. We have expertise in video and audio streaming, image processing, location based services (using Google maps and more).
Web 1.0: The Internet before 1999, experts call it Read-Only era. The average internet user's role was limited only to reading the information presented to him. The best examples are millions of static websites which mushroomed during the.com boom. There was no active communication or information flow from consumer of the information to producer of the information.
Web 2.0: The lack of active interaction of common user with the web lead to the birth of Web 2.0. The year 1999 marked the beginning of a Read-Write-Publish era with notable contributions from LiveJournal (Launched in April, 1999) and Blogger (Launched in August, 1999). Now even a non-technical user can actively interact & contribute to the web using different blog platforms. This era empowered the common user with a few new concepts viz. Blog, Social-Media & Video-Streaming. Publishing your content is only a few clicks away! Few remarkable developments of Web 2.0 are Twitter, YouTube, eZineArticles, Flickr and Facebook.
Video Sharing is a similar tool for sharing videos, with some sites specialised in specific types of video. One of the most popular is youtube http://www.youtube.com. A site dedicated to teachers for educational use is teachertube http://www.teachertube.com. Video sharing sites are usually searchable, and allow users to post, comment on, tag and watch videos. A number of communities exist for producing and sharing videos around a common interest. More recently, sites have appeared which allow users to edit their video clips online and add sound, subtitles and so on.
Photo Sharing is a popular tool which allows users to share photographs with family and friends. The most widely used site is called Flickr http://www.flickr.com which allows users to post photos and then invite others to view them either individually or as a slide show. Notes and tags can be added to each photo and others can leave comments too.
Social Bookmarking allows users to share their user-generated internet favourites or bookmarks. Traditionally users would have a list of favourite websites as part of their own internet browser. Now, social bookmarking allows these lists to be shared easily so that anyone can use them. The content can be classified using tags to make them easier to search and use. http://del.icio.us (owned by Yahoo) is a good example of social bookmarking and shows users how many other people have saved a particular site.
Wikis are web pages that allow readers to interact and collaborate with others as such pages can be edited or added to by anyone. Perhaps the most well-known example of a wiki is Wikipedia, a collaborative encyclopaedia which now includes more up to date entries than the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Podcasting is a way to share multimedia files over the internet for playback on mobile devices or computers. The term podcast can mean either the broadcast itself or the method of delivery. Anyone with access to the internet, a microphone and simple computer can create an audio podcast and make it available online. It is possible to subscribe to podcasts so that they will update automatically on a computer or mobile device. In that way, the subscriber will constantly receive new broadcasts as they are updated and produced. It is possible to find server space to store the file (usually mp3)
A blog consist of time stamped articles in a journal format
We build iPhone apps for our clients. We have built apps in almost all product categories that exist in the app store. The most popular ones are auction engines, e-commerce apps, navigation apps and iPhone apps for entertainment. We also port applications such as games designed for other platforms, onto the iPhone