A few weeks ago, we wrote a post about three cutting-edge companies that are using Ionic for The Internet of Things (IoT). After we published the post, several more developers who are integrating Ionic with the IoT in creative ways reached out to us. We were equally as blown away by what they’re building, so […]
One of the best things about being an open source software company is hearing inspiring stories about the Ionic apps that students, individual developers, and nonprofit organizations create to make a positive difference in the world. We can all use a few more of those stories, right?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is officially defined as a “global infrastructure for the information society” that connects the physical to the virtual, using information and communication technology. In other words, the IoT is a concept that essentially allows any device to connect with the Internet, and thus other devices (and people) around it. As […]
Keychain Logistics helps independent owner-operator truck drivers book loads from their phones. Recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Keychain app leverages the service Pub Nub to build out an entire real-time system for users to search and book loads, communicate with shippers through comments, and even provide GPS beacons to track shipments in […]
L’autre LaM is a musical audio guide for the Lille Museum of Modern, Contemporary and Outsider Art in France developed by Ensemble 101, a small music collective based in Paris. “We were interested in creating an app that people could use as an alternative to the traditional guide proposed by the museum,” says ensemble director […]
To celebrate the New Zealand launch of Disney’s “How to Get Away with Murder” TV show, TVNZ Blacksand created a unique murder mystery game app, presented as an “Alternate Reality Game,” a concept developed in the late 90’s with EA’s “Majestic” and Halo 2’s “iLoveBees”. TVNZ Blacksand handled the app’s visual design and created the […]
Viceversa is a social decision-making app that lets anyone in the world help you make choices. Questions as simple as, “Where should we go for dinner?” or as complex as, “What should I say to resolve this situation?” can be crowd-sourced. Close friends and family members can share their opinions privately. The ViceVersa team is […]
Pacifica, an app for stress, anxiety and worry, is built around quick, iterative activities that individuals can perform privately in order to cope, understand, and better control their emotions. Developer Dale Beermann and designer Chris Goettel based the application on the well-known technique of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), in which therapists and their clients discuss […]
Songhop, a super fast way to find new music, streams music that can be quickly flipped through using swipe gestures to interact with the Tinder-esque interface. The team behind Thinkster.io: Eric Simons, Albert Pai, and Matt Green, built the app, which is targeted at teens and young adults.
Mallzee, “the personal stylist in your pocket,” pulls together over two million products from 100 big-name fashion brands to find must-have clothes suited to its users, who are primarily 16-35 year-olds who love fashion but are too busy to spend a lot of time shopping. Mallzee’s unique Style Feeds allow users to get search-specific, receive […]