Another secret revealed! Last summer young dog & student Stijn Adams worked for us on a mobile Spotify application. He’s graduating from the University of Leuven (KUL) and was asked by Knack to testify on how things work at WebComrades. He talks about his traineeship and the culture at the office.
The three-page article was published in Knack’s annual Go Startersgids 2013 and even our Student-of-the-Year award was mentioned once again. Good vibes!
More than a year ago we decided to make an app that had to scratch our own itch. Our itch was the missing information on the red rental bikes (Velookes) in Antwerp. As heavy-users of the Velo Antwerpen service, we thought it made sense to make an app for internal usage. That internal usage soon (a few days later) appeared to be interesting for just more than the 3 of us. Finally (= a week later), we decided to launch the free app in the app stores and make both an iPhone/iPad and Android version of it.
The Unibet Football Stats Centre has been updated. Yes, from a rather static statistical tool (you followin’?) with a team calendar and a nice history of games, head-to-heads, team details and player profiles we upgraded the app with the EURO 2012-data.
The successful Unibet Sports TV Guide has now been rolled-out out to Norway, Denmark, Greece and Italy too. The app has made the sports charts in >20 countries, so we made local editions of the most interesting markets. And there is more to come by the end of August.
More about this app, click here.
Free download here.
I know a guy who knows a lot of other guys (& girls) that will be very happy with our latest buddy at WebComrades: the HTC Desire HD. Android is marching in and we don’t want to miss the fireworks when the robot technology goes through the roof! HTC Desire HD – sexier than Tron’s Legacy…
Guess what? Some very nice Belgian and international mobile projects have reached our briefing room in December. About time to launch that website to start sharing the fun with you. Spread the word: WebComrades is here to stay!