New Mobile App Tackles The Taboo Subject Of Premature Ejaculation With Proven Techniques and a Sense of Humour

Smarter Health, Inc., today announced the availability of its Premature Ejaculation App (Pea) for iPhone. The app was developed to educate men in the use of the stop/start method, Kegel exercises, and various other techniques that teach men how to last longer in bed.

VANCOUVER, B.C. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 22, 2016

Smarter Health, Inc., a Vancouver, B.C. based health training firm today announced the availability of their Premature Ejaculation App (Pea) for iPhone. The app acts as a coaching tool to train men in the use of exercises to strengthen their pelvic muscles and allow them to establish physical and mental control over the timing of their ejaculation.

The unique aspect of this application is that it provides animated medical content to help explain the stop-start and Kegel training exercises in more detail, it then walks the user through the exercises using a timer and session tracking. This training system leads to much quicker results than traditional solutions.

“I overcame premature ejaculation by using the method we teach in this app, the difference is I struggled for years and spent hundreds of dollars on books and potions before finally figuring out how simple the fix is with the right training technique” said Brennen Belich, founder of Smarter Health Inc., “We needed help delivering the content and tools on the technology side and 14 Oranges was able to organize our video content and medical text in a manner that best supported this goal of the application.”

14 Oranges is a Canadian custom application development firm, with offices in Richmond, Ottawa and Halifax, and have developed mobile apps for government health networks, safety authorities, and insurance companies.

“The Pea app represents the next generation of health tools being offered to the public today. Not only is it informational, but it contains the content and exercises to help transform the lives of individuals who use the app daily,” said Sylvain Marcotte, CEO of 14 Oranges.

The app is available for download through the iTunes app store.

Hedge Connection Launches Audience Voting Mobile App for Fund Manager Pitch Event

Hedge Connection, the patented marketing platform for hedge funds, has announced the release of their audience voting mobile app for their annual Deal Ring event, which was most recently held on March 16, 2016 in Chicago. The apps and event website were developed by 14 Oranges for Hedge Connection, and allowed the audience to vote in real-time on fund manager pitch sessions during the event.

Today, Hedge Connection is announcing the release of their Deal Ring event app for iOS and Android. Deal Ring is a Shark Tank style event where fund managers pitch to a panel of hedge fund investors, called Ringmasters, before a live audience. The app allows the audience, also made up of investment professionals, to participate in judging the fund manager pitches.

The website and audience voting apps feature an easy to navigate design that worked in real-time to provide both a voting interface and a voting results display for all the attendees at the event. Based on the audience and Ringmaster feedback, the managers would land a meeting with a Ringmaster to discuss a potential allocation in their fund.

The mobile apps and website were developed by 14 Oranges, one of the leading custom web and mobile application development firms in the the Pacific Northwest. Based in Vancouver, BC, 14 Oranges is known for its custom app development work across a broad spectrum of event, retail, government and telecom customers, including the Blo Dry Bar, the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group and the BC Safety Authority.

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“We were looking for a mobile app solution that we could tie into this unique event format,” said Rob Arthurs, Co-Founder at Hedge Connection. “14 Oranges was able to provide their audience voting app in a timely fashion, and it helped to make our event very engaging for our attendees.”

“Our experience in developing data-capture and reporting solutions for our customers allowed us to roll out the required solution quickly and efficiently,” explained Shane Todhunter, Vice President of Business Development with 14 Oranges. “We applaud Hedge Connection’s vision to engage their event audience through their mobile app.”

14 Oranges Brings Its Mobile App Software Development Expertise to Ottawa and Halifax

14 Oranges today announced it is expanding its North American market coverage for custom mobile app software development beyond the west coast to Ottawa and Halifax. This move is timed with the hiring of John Craig as its new VP of Sales and Marketing, tasked with growing the organization’s sales across North America.


 

14 Oranges is today announcing the North American market expansion of its mobile application development businesses with the launch of sales offices in both Ottawa and Halifax. Having already established a market leading position and solid reputation for delivery in Vancouver and the north western United States, this move provides customers with two eastern touch points for the company, as well as future access to the world-class software engineering talent that both towns are known for.

“Ottawa and Halifax, both important government towns, are also hub towns for Canadian technology with strong historical ties to trade with United States,” said Sylvain Marcotte, CEO of 14 Oranges. “This expansion will help us to continue to grow our firm and position us to deliver on our next-generation of services to the largest population centers in the US and Canada.”

14 Oranges is also formally announcing the hiring of its new VP of Sales and Marketing, John Craig. Craig, an industry veteran with entrepreneurial experience in the development, deployment and delivery of mobile applications, has joined 14 Oranges to drive the expansion of 14 Oranges North American sales and establish a deeper position with both its traditional telecommunications clients and the next generation of mobile workforce solutions for both the private and public sector.

“14 Oranges has the critical mobile application development DNA needed to build the next generation of mobile telecom and mobile worker applications,” said Craig. “I am glad to be a part of expanding this team’s footprint to Halifax and Ottawa, as well as the prospects of continuing to contribute to the ongoing growth of entrepreneurism and technology across Canada.”

Victoria Lennox, the CEO of Startup Canada, also welcomed the expansion of 14 Oranges across Canada, “This is a great example of a firm with regional success expanding to provide pan-Canadian opportunity, and we too are hugely supportive of 14 Oranges as they expand to offer services across Canada.”

Melody Pardoe, the COO Volta Labs who provide co-working space to 14 Oranges in Halifax added, “Volta is happy to support small business expansion into the Atlantic region. It’s great to see 14 Oranges expand across the country and join the tech community in Nova Scotia.”

The Zone @ 91-3 Launches the First Apple TV App for a Canadian FM Radio Station

14 Oranges today released the first Apple TV application for an FM radio station in Canada on behalf of The Zone @ 91-3, the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group’s alternative and modern rock radio station based in Victoria, B.C. The app downloads onto 4th generation Apple TV devices and shows album cover graphics for the artist playing on the channel, as well as their latest social media posts.

14 Oranges today announced the launch of the first Apple TV application for a Canadian radio station. The Zone @ 91-3 application, which is already available for both Apple andAndroid smartphones, now adds support for 4th generation Apple TV devices. Listeners can download the application through the App Store from the Apple TV menu.

The application goes beyond the listening capabilities already provided by current cable TV services supporting local radio by adding both album cover art and social media posts from the band currently playing on the station.

“This app lets us bypass subscription services to bring our music and personality to devices at the centre of every home,” said John Shields, Senior Programming Manager of The Zone @ 91-3. “It will allow us to continue bringing our unique brand of radio to our listeners on all sorts of next-generation devices, in Victoria or around the world.”

The application is the first generation iteration of the application, and will be enhanced as use of the application increases. “14 Oranges has been proactive in delivering the next generation of digital engagement tools for our listeners; and have consistently kept us on top of the latest technology innovations,” added Shields.

“Enriched media playback capabilities are bringing the radio experience to a whole new generation of digital users and continuing the engage the generation who grew up listening to the radio in their home,” said Sylvain Marcotte, CEO of 14 Oranges. “We are proud to help radio evolve onto the next generation of digital devices.”