Bell George worked with BUPA to develop the BUPA Family Moments app.
It’s simple, it’s shared, and it’s a private social network for your family and close friends only. Family Moments lets you create private news feeds amongst your friends and family, so you can capture, record and share your children’s growth and development in confidence.
Unlike other social media apps, you’re in control of who you want to share your child’s development with, making Family Moments a great meeting place where you can store your child’s health milestones.
You’ll get regular reminders and notifications of key events, such as immunisation, as well as helpful hints and ideas on healthy choices for your growing child. And if you’re a Bupa member, you’ll be able to unlock additional features for free.
Well done to the BUPA team and all involved in the app development process!
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Bell George won a Gold Mobie Award last night at the 2012 Australian Mobile Awards in Sydney for Best Studio under five people.
Speaking after receiving the Award, Bell George Managing Director, Tom Godfrey, thanked his team for what has been a great 12 months for the digital agency. “We are delighted to have won two Awards in this year’s Australian Mobile Awards, and to be recognised with a Gold Mobie as one of the best studios is awesome.”
“Both apps we entered in the Awards this year, Found Pets and FieldStorm, make real differences to the users and deliver simple and effective mobile workflows.”
“Our strategy has been to develop scalable mobile solutions for our clients for iOS and Android devices that deliver improved profitability, reduced costs and increased workforce satisfaction.”
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Found Pets won the Not-for-Profit category in 2012 Australian Mobile Awards, affectionately known as the “Mobies”, which were announced at the Beresford Hotel in Sydney last night.
Developed by Bell George, Found Pets is the cloud application designed for pets owners and council rangers to reunite lost pets with their owners as quickly as possible. Designed for iPhone and web (www.foundpets.com.au), Found Pets runs on the world’s leading cloud computing platform, force.com, and the consumer app is free to download from iTunes.
To read more about Found Pets and its Mobile Award, please visit the Australian Mobile Awards website.
A big thank you to our project team: Tim Vasudeva – CEO Animal Welfare League, Project Manager – Tom Godfrey, iOS Developers – John Pope and Igor Nakonetsnoi, Server Side Development – Tom Tantisalidchai, UX – Yann Chellah, Design and Graphics – Julie Morin … Read More »
Found Pets has made it through to the “finalist” round of the 2012 Australian Mobile Awards (“Mobies”) which will be announced at the Beresford Hotel in Sydney on August 30. Help us celebrate the launch of our app and vote for Found Pets today – click here.
How to Vote
To vote for Found Pets in the 2012 Mobies follow the instructions through at this link:
What is Found Pets?
Found Pets is the cloud application designed for pets owners and council rangers to reunite lost pets with their owners as quickly as possible. Designed for iPhone and web (www.foundpets.com.au), Found Pets runs on the world’s leading cloud computing platform, force.com, and the consumer app is free to download from iTunes.
A big thank you to our project team: Tim Vasudeva – CEO Animal Welfare League, Project Manager – Tom Godfrey, iOS Developers … Read More »
FieldStorm has made it through to the “finalist” round of the 2012 Mobies which will be announced at the Beresford Hotel in Sydney on August 30. Help us celebrate the launch of our app and vote for FieldStorm today – click here.
How to Vote
To vote for FieldStorm in the 2012 Mobies follow the instructions through at this link:
What is FieldStorm?
FieldStorm™ is the cloud application designed for mobile business professionals to give them all the tools they need to manage clients and staff in the field from their iPhone and iPad. Built on the world’s leading cloud computing platform, force.com, FieldStorm™ makes business mobile, improving efficiency, automating workflow processes, improving customer satisfaction, as well as tracking and monitoring workforce performance. The FieldStorm™ app can easily be customised to suit each organisation or specific industry.
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London 2012 is the most widely covered and consumed sporting event in history with millions of fans receiving coverage of the event on mobile devices through both traditional channels such as TV and radio broadcasters and new media channels such as Twitter, YouTube and blogs.
At London 2012, every spectator has the ability to broadcast a report of a sporting event the instant is happens. It might not be polished or professionally edited but the substance of the story is largely the same. For those participating in the games, the IOC has gone to the trouble of preparing social media guidelines for “participants and other accredited persons” to help ensure commercial interests of traditional broadcasters are some how balanced with the open and transparent world of athletic bloggers.
From athletes and coaches to the London police and traditional broadcasters such as NBC, … Read More »
Google Drive offers users a place to create, share, collaborate, and keep their information
in the cloud. In much the same way as you have been using Drop Box, with Google Drove
you can upload and access your files such as videos, photos, Google Docs and PDFs.
The really good news is that for existing Google fanatics, Google Docs has been built into
Google Drive, so you can work with others in real time on documents, spreadsheets and
Once you choose to share content with others, you can add and reply to comments
on anything (PDF, image, video file, etc.) and receive notifications when other people
comment on shared items.
As with all cloud computing solutions, you can access your information through hte web
using a mobile device or computer. More good news is that Google Drive works across
Mac or PC and can download the Drive app to your … Read More »
Apple stole the march on its Android rivals when it released its first generation iPhone. Successive releases of the iPhone supported but the iPad have kept Apple at the forefront of the smart phone market for half a decade. Most, if not all, Apple’s success can be attributed to Apple’s late CEO, Steve Jobs, whose vision kept the company well ahead of its competitors. In a little under 12 months since Steve Jobs stood down as Apple CEO, Android devices manufacturers have begun to reassert their once famed market position. Devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Razr and the HTC Sensation XL have begun to reignite consumer passion for Android.
But what is the real difference between and iOS (iPhone) and Android devices? The answer is not a great deal from an end user viewpoint. However, from the developer … Read More »