A common question if there ever was one! We get this question a lot and while the final approval lies with Apple, there are things you can do to help make sure that your app gets approved the first time around. Check out Softjourn’s tips – http://softjourn.com/App-Rejections-By-AppStore
I was recently at the Internet of Things (IoT) Influencers Summit in Santa Clara. The apple watch came up often, what to do with it, what are people doing with it, who on the panel has one and so forth. There is alot of talk about it and clearly exciting apps will be coming for not only the apple watch but for Android Wear as well.
But in the mean time some Apple Watch users in Softjourn put pen to paper or fingers to the keyboard and shared with us some of their ideas. Take a look
Looking to make it easier for consumers to buy the gift cards they want and need for all of the celebrations in their family
iCard, turned to Softjourn, because of our considerable experience in prepaid cards, to assist them in developing an app that will allow customers to purchase electronic gift cards directly through their mobile phone. Included helping define the api and developing mobile apps using the cross-platform tool, Xamarin –
Thanks to many many people in Softjourn, we have been collecting experience in the prepaid industry. According to a recent study by the Federal Reserve over 7 % or about 1 in 13 American households does not use a checking or savings account, and over a quarter of households rely regularly on “alternative financial services” like payday lenders or pawn shops. The increased use of gift cards is also driving the industry. Whatever the area in prepaid, Softjourn has the experience.