Snowdog chosen by Adam Mickiewicz University to implement accessibility-focused mobile application

Snowdog has partnered with Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań to collaborate on a groundbreaking project - UAM GO mobile app, which holds tremendous potential in enhancing accessibility within higher education campuses. With the shared goal of supporting students, staff, and visitors, Snowdog and the university are committed to designing and testing this innovative app to ensure it meets the needs of the campus community. This collaboration marks a significant step forward in advancing inclusivity and convenience in the realm of higher education.

Written by Sebastian Osses

Wander App Becomes Open Source

“In open source, we feel strongly that to really do something well, you have to get a lot of people involved.“ words of Linus Torvalds. Snowdog is thrilled to announce that Wander App is now open source. Wander app was designed to make travel simple. We aspired to create a platform for people to create and experience stories. As of today, we are going open source. We believe in the power of the community, so we want everyone to assist us in shaping tomorrow of this project. We have open-sourced our Android and iOS app. You can find them on our GitHub page.

Written by Marcel Mierzejewski

Is Your Idea for an App Worth a Billion Dollars?

There are around 2 million applications ready to be downloaded on Apple’s App Store and at least thrice as many apps that failed to get there. How do you know if your idea is brilliant, has the power to stay on the market or is generally worth pursuing? I am not trying to discourage you from following your instincts. This blog post is aimed at helping you clarify your vision. I also love thinking about new and exciting ideas; my notepad is full of them.

Written by Marcel Mierzejewski

Turning your Android app into a kiosk - Step by step tutorial

Kiosks devices have become an increasingly common sight in public places such as train stations, museums, and hotels. These devices can offer a range of functionalities, including information dissemination, communication, commerce, and entertainment. If you're an Android app developer, you might be interested in turning your app into a kiosk. This can be achieved by configuring it as a COSU (Corporate Owned Single Use) app or a Single-Use device. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the process of enabling kiosk mode and building a simple application for this purpose. Whether you're creating a public information kiosk or a self-service checkout system, this tutorial will help you get started.

Written by Marcin Mrugas
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