Savvy Apps is excited to announce our relocation to a larger, completely custom-designed office space directly next to the new Silver Line in Reston. The move, along with soon-to-be-unveiled re-branding and a new website, symbolizes a heavy investment back into a company that’s continued to thrive and elevate its standards since its inception.
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We're proud to announce our latest and greatest app, Pic It! Thought up by POWer Apps and brought to life by the savvy apps team. Pic It! is a social photo sharing game that ties in the successes of Draw Something and Snapchat. Pic It! uses Parse on the backend and leverages Facebook integration to connect friends and family in a visual competition of wits and riddles.
We're extremely proud to be one of the sponsors for the first RWDevCon. I've known Ray Wenderlich for years and at least one of our team members in the past learned iOS programming through his books and tutorials.
In the last few years, I've admittedly become a coffee snob. Unless I'm drinking coffee from Klatch, Blue Bottle, Counter Culture, Intelligentsia, Georgio's, or a comparable roaster, I'm going to pass. Even then, it has to be prepared the right way or it's simply not going to work.
For anyone in the tech space, Apple events are like Christmas morning. Last week's event was even more special than usual for us because Apple had one of our app icons up on the "big board" during a discussion about Extensions in iOS 8. This was unexpected but anyone in our industry always checks for their icons when Apple highlights third-party apps. Much to our surprise, the Agenda iconwas right there next to senior Apple VP Craig Federighi.
We're incredibly excited to announce that we've just had another "Featured" app on the App Store: musx. Musx is the best way to share music with your friends. The latest version just hit the App Store this week but if you want to read all the initial reviews for v1.0, you can easily access them on the musx reviews page.
SourcingLine recently named savvy apps the "clear leader" for mobile application development in the Washington, D.C. and Mid-Atlantic region, as well as an overall top mobile app developer for consumer & enterprise applications.
As few as five years ago, there was a very precise definition of mobile and more specifically, mobile applications. Mobile devices for the most part were cellphones and smartphones. Even in 2009, tablets had not become mainstream, with the iPad really only popularizing them in mid-2010. Going into 2014, it's less clear what the word "mobile" means. From laptops that convert into tablets, wearables like Google Glass and the Pebble watch, application-focused hardware in homes and hospitals, each of these arguably both bolster and blow up the definition of "mobile." The common thread across them all is clear though: apps.