Pollate – Fun Free Polling App

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We’ve recently helped a local company launch their iPhone app. If you are looking for a fun and free polling app, check out Pollate. This app was not developed by 14 Oranges but we provided testing and consultation services. The app is a great example of how mobile crowd sourcing can be used to create… Read more »

Best Buy Offers iPad 2 to Employees

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As reported here, Best Buy is offering iPad 2 to its employees. Now the article doesn’t go into details as to what the actual use will be for the employees but we’ve always thought that iPads would be the perfect help tool for salesmen. Imagine going to Home Depot, Wallmart, Best Buy, or any other… Read more »

How to Use Core Plot for iOS

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Ever wanted to have a plot inside your iOS application? Well CorePlot could be what you need. It provides basic plotting capabilities like scatter plots or bar plots with ability to configure the style and color of the plot and also have multiple plots included in a graph. The project is open sourced and available… Read more »

iPhone app fuels Best Buy sales

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Business in Vancouver reported how the Best Buy app helped increased their sales during the Christmas season. We always thought that stores like Best Buy were well suited for having their own app. Now as you read this, you may ask yourself why Best Buy didn’t simply create a mobile website of their website instead?… Read more »

2011 Here We Come

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2010 was really good to 14 Oranges and things are looking really even better for 2011. Now we have been so busy in 2010 that we didn’t blog much in 2010 and call it a New Year’s Resolution or whatever you want but we are planning on blog a lot more about our activities in… Read more »

Ride Buddy Beta is Now Live

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The Ride Buddy beta is now live. A bit later than expected thanks to pesky iOS4.0 but what can you do. Users that submitted their names should have now received the beta. You can no longer submit your name for the beta program.