Our team has over nine years of mobile programming experience building applications on iOS, Android and Blackberry devices capable of producing full-featured native iOS or Android mobile apps. Our apps are built for our clients in Halifax and other parts of Nova Scotia by world-class developers who collaborate with our design team to produce a product that fulfills your business requirements. The apps look professional, beautiful and provide an excellent user experience.
The team at immediaC worked on the CKC Champs App for the last six months. The App was launched on Aug. 21 when the draw became available. You can download the app by clicking here.
Our team pictured here, just after we submitted the app to the Apple App Store. Pictured from left to right are Ian Whynacht, John Leahy, Yichuan Xu, Todd Harrie, and Michael Thompson. Missing from the photo are Kip Williams and Amanda Hughes.
These are some apps we are currently working on as well;
The Nova Scotia Teacher's Union’s iPad and iPhone app interfaces with our content management system, Verge, allowing NSTU administration to update the content within the app from their Halifax office even after it has been installed on the members' phone and/or tablet. NSTU sends push notifications to their members using Verge (our CMS).
Patient Intelligence is a web and mobile app created for one of our clients that compares a list of clients from either a client database or your phone's contacts, with names that appear in obituaries. Users are notified that the app has identified an obituary they may want to review.
The immediaC team is developing a native iOS app called Social Closet. It is a shopping app that allows the user to browse for new clothes, try them on using augmented reality and purchase the item or items from their mobile device. You can save clothing within your virtual closet, share your favourite items or pictures of yourself trying on clothing.