Over the past few weeks, Nokia held the first Apps for Change contest, inviting people from around the world to suggest a mobile application to benefit society — which Nokia has agreed to develop. The winners also get to steer a $10,000 contribution to a nonprofit organization.
The Extraordinaries lets your organization create a crowdsourced ‘mission’ By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff Recruiting friends and supporters to get real work done virtually on behalf of social-good projects is easy and fun with the help of The Extraordinaries. Based in San Francisco, the company has created a platform allowing anyone to create a micro-task […]
I wanted to share a new service called AppMakr that allows anyone — even me — to easily create an iPhone app for less than $200. With just a few clicks, I created an iPhone version of my blog. The service offers a user-friendly interface to create a native iPhone application that you customize with […]