File-transfer service WeTransfer has announced the launch of its iOS app, designed to allow users to send images or videos from their device’s camera roll to other platforms. The app allows users to send up to 10GB of images or videos, sending content over 3G or 4G networks, as well as over Wi-Fi. Users can send as many files as they’d like at a time, up to the limit, and can purchase access to cloud storage for accessing content later via the web.
Wishabi has announced the launch of its Flipp digital flyer app on Android devices. Previously released on iOS, the Flipp platform allows mobile users to browse local retail flyers and weekly advertisements from stores including Target, Macy’s, Sports Authority and Dollar General. In doing so, users can more easily find sales, compare items among stores and create shopping lists in a single app.
After a change in business model and a revamp of the company, Iowa-based Bawte (pronounced “Bought”) has announced the relaunch of its “post-purchase” app on iOS devices. Bawte offers consumers a digital catalog of all of the items they own, and offers access to instruction manuals, and other materials that may be misplaced in the real world.
Any.do has announced a significant update to its calendar app Cal on Android devices, introducing a meeting-focused feature called “HeadsUp” to users. HeadsUp aims to help users before, during and after meetings, offering them access to the tools they’ll likely use during meetings, and eliminating the need to quickly swap between apps to complete basic tasks.
Dapper Shopping has released its retail app Dapper on iOS devices, aimed at helping male smartphone users find and purchase stylish clothing items and accessories without using multiple shopping websites or apps to find the right item. The app offers a catalog view of items based on occasion or style, and allows purchases from right within the app.
Chatwala has released is video messaging platform of the same name, helping users move past text and photo messages and into the more personal space of video messaging. The app focuses on authentic reactions, recording the reactions of users when they view their messages, before allowing them to record their own reply.
Campus Life developer Pocket Gems has announced the official launch of its interactive mobile story platform Episode. The app allows users to read visual stories, making decisions for the main characters along the way, and now features a Writer’s Portal for users to submit their own stories and see them brought to life on the platform.
Among the many shopping and deals apps available on iOS and Android, Checkout 51 looks to stand out from the crowd by offering a weekly list of offers and the ability to receive checks related to the money users have saved. The app moves away from traditional paper coupons, and instead lists virtual deals which can be claimed in any store across the country, or even online.
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