Below is the list of mobile apps we've made (so far!) ...iOS and Android Apps
A joint venture between Mickledore Travel and Ordnance Survey, the 'A Walk in the Country' apps build on the success Mickledore apps to provide the same services to AWITC customers in a rebranded and redesigned app.
The apps went live into the App Stores in October 2017.iOS and Android Apps
We've been working closely with Mickledore Travel to build mobile apps to get the most out of their holiday. The initial versions are mainly based around providing electronic versions of their trip documentation, as well as integrating closely with their existing website and social media.
The apps went live into the App Stores in March 2017.
Technology: iOS app using Swift, Location, Web services, and many other core frameworks. Android app obviously uses Java and equivalent services.
Count The Days Left is a simple, elegant app that does just one thing - counts the days between the start and end date of an event or project, and how far along you've progressed so far. It's been in the App Store since March 2015
Technology: iOS app using Swift, WatchKit and many other core frameworks
Everything you wanted to know about Halesowen Town FC in one simple app:
No original content, but having everything in one place makes it easier for you to find.
We've also developed an Alexa Skill for Amazon Echo so you can Ask Alexa to tell you about information about the fixtures and scores for the mighty Yeltz.
Technology: iOS app using UIKit, CoreData, EventKit, CAAnimation, ...
Technology: iOS app using UIKit, Location Services, Web Services/JSON integration...
Instagram changed their API access in June 2016, so unfortunately the app has been disabled and pulled from the App Store since then
Bedside Clock turns your Windows Phone into a clock that is always on - perfect for putting next to your bed ...
Technology: Built using C# and XAML, plus ingesting data from various Yahoo web services.
Due to Yahoo! removing free access to services that are heavily used by the app, unfortunately it's now been removed from the Windows Store.