Arbormoon is one of the rare mobile development firms that can offer a combination of brilliant mobile strategy in combination with premier development services, allowing their clients to gain the full potential of any of their mobile projects.
When XanEdu wanted an award winning mobile app, they came to Arbormoon.
"The best web radio hub around" - Rolling Stone
"WunderRadio: Best radio in App Store. Period" - Scott Kleinberg, Chicago Tribune
Winner of Macworld's 2008 Best Radio App, terrestrial division
With the TechSmith FastTrack iPad app, Arbormoon developed a strategic marketing app that presents free training for one of TechSmith's most popular product lines, the Camtasia Studio.
Mobile start-ups are "flocking" to Arbormoon. FlockTAG, Foro, DealerBug, and MemClip have utilized Arbormoon for all aspects of mobile strategy - business strategy, marketing, development.
Keith Bourne and Melissa Benzie of Arbormoon Software went in-depth into the world of widgets, from strategy to practical implementation. App Widgets are miniature application views that can be embedded in other applications (such as the home screen) and receive periodic updates. Widgets are extensions of your app that provide a whole new level of creative freedom and functionality that aren't even available on that "other" platform.
Keith's presentation is available here.
Melissa's presentation is available here.
One of Arbormoon's clients, Weather Underground, had the app we developed, WunderMap featured on NewsWatch as part of its popular segment, AppWatch, that takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications and mobile services on the market. Andrew Tropeano, host of AppWatch, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how it is the most powerful weather map on the market.
The show airs in 180 markets nationwide as well as all of the top 20 broadcast markets in the country, and is the preferred choice for Satellite Media Tour and Video News Release Distribution.
Arbormoon recently partnered with Weather Underground to develop and launch an Android based weather tablet app. Learn about the WunderMap tablet app from Weather Underground: