Didmo already has a growing user base of its own. The company boasts more than 15,000 users on its Magmito platform, as well as a partnership with Swedish carrier TeliaSonera. Magmito costs as little as $4.99 for a mobile app, which lasts the year. There are pricier options, including a more customizable version for $4.99 a month, and a business class one for $9.99 a month, or $99 a year. Users simply pick and choose elements of the app, and add their own words, features, and pictures. The service allows businesses and individuals to create their apps, although most stick to a template, and don't offer as much interaction as a mobile game or entertainment app.
Still, they're good enough to offer enough functions for a small business looking to expand its reach, Living in Manhattan, I'm around a lot of mom and pop pizza chains, I'd love to be able to pull up their customer app and order a pie, With Magmito, iphone case lens that's actually a realistic scenario, The company helps small businesses with little tech savvy build apps easily, and now its partner Constant Contact will email-blast prospective users, too, With apps all the rage, small businesses want to get in on the action too, But it's anything but easy..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Exactly what this Google gadget is remains shrouded in mystery, but prototypes exist and are set to be tested in the US. It's Google's first foray into hardware, having previously specialised in online services and the Android mobile phone software. Google partnered with phone manufacturers to make kit you can actually hold, including the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Nexus One. But hardware seems to be Google's new favourite thing: the boys and girls at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California are also working on a 'home entertainment device'.
And they're also working on glasses that show you a Terminator-style heads-up display, It's not clear whether these gizmos are related, but we're definitely interested in the prospect of a next-gen device from the people behind Android, The Big G has got as far as building a prototype, and is planning to test 102 of the test devices in and iphone case lens around Google offices in the US, Google filed for permission with the FCC (spotted by a SlashGear reader) for its employees to test the new doohickey, revealing to US authorities that the gizmo will include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Pretty standard stuff so far, with details of exactly what makes it so innovative still shrouded in mystery..
Google's offices are known for being ludicrously cool places to work. To see what sort of surroundings the new device will be tested in, press play below for a tour of Google's awesome new-look London office. Google also promised a 'big announcement' today, but it's turned out to be a new YouTube app for Google TV. Google TV is yet to make it to Blighty, but we're set to see it on these shores before the end of the year. An LG Google TV and a Sony Google TV are heading for Britain, letting you install Android apps on your telly. Press play on our video below for a look at Google TV in action.
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