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Hello, I'm Mike. I'm a software developer living in Philadelphia. I build web apps and iPhone apps. I play a lot of simple games. My favorite is Ragdoll Blaster http://www.appolicious.com/apps/ragdoll-blaster-a-physics-puzzler-backflip-studios-::23633
Hi Mike, nice to meet you. Thanks for letting us know about Ragdoll Blaster - I'm going to check that out soon.
Mike, by the way, I noticed in your profile you run Back on My Feet, which helps the homeless through running. Tell us more!
Back on My feet is a really cool organization: http://www.backonmyfeet.org
We run with members of local (Philadelphia) homeless shelters. We run 3 days a week at 5:30. Our goal is to help build connections and self esteem. We recently had one member of our team run the Philadelphia Marathon and another run the half marathon. It's an amazing organization.
Mike - that sounds like a great organization. Thanks for letting us know about it.
Hi....My name is Tracy and I live in Natchitoches, Louisiana (the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase). I'm a hotel manager, landlord, and dirty old man still chasing college girls. Bought my iphone in mid-October so I'm still pretty new to the phone itself, ALL the apps, and this website.
Hi Tracy! I love the name Natchitoches - where does that come from? Great to meet you.
It's an Indian word spelled in English by French settlers.
My name is Chris and I live Arizona. I aspire to be a Video Game developer and have a business in the works. I do Tech Support by day.
My company may decide to do Mobile Apps, we are hoping to do both iPhone and Android together, we'll see how that goes.
Hi Chris - nice to meet you! That's awesome that you're thinking of starting a mobile app company - you can do great research here!
It's not so much a Mobile App company, as it is an already existing company expanding into Mobile Apps. We are work with PC gaming and Flash.
I work in the International Development arena, in particular broadband and ICT innovations. I live in a world of APPS and Social Media. I love your idea of a Chinese character OCR but imagine that with a dictionary of 500K characters and radicals, it may be a difficult task but nonetheless an excellent one.
Hi Glenn, welcome! If you ever encounter anyone in your travels who is developing the Chinese character translator app I so desire, let me know!
My name is Sherry Williams.
I am associated with Exideas, with its primary product MessagEase which is a fantastic way to input text on your iphone. (It looks strange, but it works MUCH FASTER than qwerty!)
In addition, we have a few fund and addictive games on the store. Try matchMatch! http://itunes.com/app/matchmatch
We also do consulting and app development. So if you ahve any need or ideas, send us a note (email@example.com).
Hi Sherry, great to meet you. MessagEase and matchMatch look interesting. Did you see our discussion about how to get started building mobile apps? Perhaps you could offer some advice there!
We are a 3 member team (all parents) working on a part-time basis started Nth Fusion LLC in Plano, Texas, USA with primary emphasis on building educational apps, we strongly believe that we are at a forefront of mobile technology revolution that is rapidly transforming how children learn. Our app portfolio is fast growing and some of the apps in our portfolio have been widely popular and also featured in Apple AppStore "most popular Top 100" Education category.
Website --> http://apps.nthfusion.com
Blog --> http://nthfusionapps.blogspot.com
Twitter --> http://twitter.com/NthFusionApps
Thanks and Best Regards,
Nth Fusion LLC Team !!!
Hi nthfusion, great to meet you. Appolicious is now following you on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/appolicious)! Will be great to keep tabs on what you're doing.
Hey all! I'm Jessica and I'm not really sure where to start about me. I do a bunch of work for different nonprofits including help desk support for Community Voice Mail (no, voice mail is not dead, especially for those that can't afford a cell phone!) and consulting for TechSoup Global.
I'm also the founder of Seattle Free School, a nonprofit discussed at this years SXSW. We're a bit different from most nonprofits in that we don't take cash donations of any kind from anyone ever. Really! Figuring out how to get things free is quickly becoming my specialty (which is why I love good free apps!)
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