Mobile Apps, including My StuffFinder
When we first jumped into the world of mobile application development circa 2011, we decided to create a very straightforward app that would solve a very basic problem.
Our intent was to show no more than 30 people what our capabilities were so that we could take on our first “real” gig. The result was My StuffFinder and it ended up being featured in full color on the New York Times. That same day, it was installed over a thousand times.
To this day, despite never being updated or promoted, that app is still installed on iPhones roughly 300 times each week. The app is okay, but the fact that we recognized a problem and a solution to address the problem is what really brightens our buttons.
We’ve become a lot better since that first app. Our team can build just about anything and we’ve built up a lot of technology that can be ported into future projects. Because of our long web history, we tend to be very good at hooking apps into data that is stored online through custom APIs that we develop.
Hollman Media develops all its apps in-house with developers that specialize in Android, iOS (Apple), or both.
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