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PBS® for iPad®Programming You Can Trust
A Webby award winner, PBS for iPad was one of the first iPad apps to introduce sidebar navigation. It launched only months after the arrival of the iPad. Savvy was tasked with helping infuse iPad thinking into the internal product team that would eventually drive the app, as well as initially push forward UX and development.
- Lead initial product discussions.
- Ramped internal team up on how to “think iPad.”
- Pair programming & UX to ship v1.0.
“[Savvy] was immediately able to offer me and the entire development team real advice—applicable, considerate and seasoned advice—about every level of the app we were developing; not just the user experience.”
- Product lead on PBS for iPad
NFL Player's AssociationModernizing Communications
For decades, the NFLPA printed expensive player planners each year with important dates and contact information. Wanting to modernize their communication with former and current players, they turned to Savvy Apps. We created an app that had a contact, calendar, and communication focus to make interaction with players more real-time.
- Full-service including UX, design, and development.
- Increased tap target sizes for larger hand sizes.
- Enterprise distribution for in-house usage.
"We have worked with a few other mobile development companies in the past, but after working with Savvy Apps, we won’t look anywhere else."
- Gustavo Tandeciarz, Assistant Director at NFL Player's Association
HomesnapA Picture is Worth a Million Bucks
Homesnap had an existing iOS app but turned to Savvy Apps to bring their Android version to Google Play. This app taps into just about every sensor on the device and also leverages Android's camera and maps APIs. Homesnap continues to work with Savvy to accelerate development on both Android & iOS for significant releases.
- Brought v1.0 of Android to market.
- 4+ star rating in Google Play at launch.
- Provide “staff acceleration” on Android & iOS.
“Homesnap relies on in-phone sensors like the GPS, magnetometer, accelerometer, and gyroscope. With these, Homesnap is able to figure out where your phone is pointing the moment you take a picture. After the picture is taken, the app uses a number of advanced algorithms to serve up additional data, such as the value and for-sale status of nearby properties.”
- Android Police