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JUST EAT Canada Inks Deal With Mobile Maitre D’ in Winnipeg, Expanding Delivery Reach Across Western Canada

JUST EAT Canada is excited to announce its newest partnership with The Mobile Maitre D’, Winnipeg’s first, longest-running and most trusted food delivery service. Serving the Winnipeg area since 2000, Mobile Maitre D’ specializes in delivering food from over 60 restaurants to customers in the region and will now be a part of the ever-growing JUST EAT Canada national delivery network.

Freemium apps account for 98 percent of worldwide Google Play revenue

pp Annie has released a report detailing the rapid growth of Google’s Play Store and the revenues it’s producing. After surpassing a million apps last summer, Android’s app repository now has more than 1.5 million, with downloads reportedly growing by 50 percent between 2013 and 2014. Income from those apps is increasing at an even faster pace, more than doubling last year’s totals.

TrackingPoint Labs – Shotview App & Wearable Technology [Video]

See how TrackingPoint Labs use of Google Glass for soldiers to take a shot at a target. Connecting to Wifi to live stream video and tracking of targets.


50 Best iPhone Apps 2014

From mainstay essentials to notable newcomers, here’s the 2014 edition of our 50 Best iPhone Apps list.

WhatsApp emerges as big share driver for publishers

FTW sports site have climbed to 18 percent of the site’s overall sharing activity. That’s higher than Twitter (13 percent) but still significantly lower than email (35 percent) and Facebook (34 percent).

Secret Weapon in Mall Battle: Parking Apps

A parking garage in Santa Monica, Calif., uses smart technology to inform spot-seekers of how many empty spaces are available on each level. ParkMe, which tracks more than 28,000 locations worldwide, has emerged as a mainstay app for mall customers navigating the nation’s parking lots.

Tumblr brings ‘sponsored’ trending blogs to its mobile apps

Tumblr launched its first advertising product specifically designed for its mobile apps earlier this year, and now the company has found another way to monetize its offering: sponsored trending blogs. Currently, trending blogs show up under the “explore” tab of the iOS and Android apps, and soon companies will be able to pay to have their blogs show up among those trending results.

[Infographic] Mobile Apps by the Numbers

A total of 102 billion mobile apps will be downloaded in the year 2013, according to a new Gartner report. More and more users are turning to apps for education, entertainment as well as to improve their productivity.

Repix Gets Remixed For iOS 7 With New Design, New Filters And New Filter Fade Option

Repix’s iOS 7 update introduces a redesigned interface that delightfully matches the look and feel of the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system. Of course, the new interface is simpler and flatter, notably including no-frills buttons and menu options.

Google makes Quickoffice for Android and iOS free for all, bringing Microsoft Office editing to the mobile masses

Quickoffice, Google’s Microsoft Office editing app, is now free for iOS and Android users. Google is likely targeting enterprise mobile users, especially on the heels of Apple’s announcement that its suite of iOS business apps will now come stock on all new iPhone and iPad devices.