August 15, 2014


Happy Friday!

In this week’s roundup we shall talk of some popular and not so popular apps, get concerned about mobile phones’ screen size and boast about our recent award announcement.

Welcome to Tenth Weekly Roundup – with several news in the world of IT from Oxagile.

Check out the links from around the network and from us at the Development office.

  • Foursquare survived. And it made some big changes this summer too. The first was the introduction of a new check-in based social app called Swarm, and the second hit last week with the debut of the brand new Foursquare.
  • Field Trip is an amazing Google app that has surprisingly managed to escape the mainstream. But it’s easily one of BGR’s favorite travel apps, automatically presenting users with information about their surroundings when they travel to new places.
  • A Campaigner survey found that 49% of consumers have not yet made mobile purchases because they are frustrated with tiny screens. So it’s probably the right time to think small screen first.
  • Oxagile was named the winner of a Gold Stevie® Award in the Best New Product or Service of the Year (Cloud Infrastructure) category. We are proud to announce that its WebRTC R&D team that recently delivered its groundbreaking client API solution to a prominent WebRTC IaaS provider took top prize in the prestigious Annual International Business Awards℠.

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