What the world is talking about?
nununc seeks to answer that, with a news app and website geared toward the most socially engaged stories around the web.
In a world saturated with 24/7 news sites, it can often feel like we are overloaded with irrelevant and superfluous information.
It is a challenge to sift through and find the news we care to read without wasting a significant amount of our precious time.
Based on several social media networks and news portals, nununc captures the world’s conversations and presents them in bite-sized portions so even the busiest professionals can keep abreast of what’s happening now.
In minutes, you can catch up with the nununc news app and be prepared for small talk at the water cooler.
nununc news app is available in English, Portuguese, Spanish and Chinese.
The nununc app is available on Android and iOS, or by visiting the site nununc.com
A simple CRM for health professionals.
Add clients, create sessions, simple agenda, register payments and also a free-time grid.
It took me 3 months to make it.
The client was a psichoanalyst that did the user stories and criteria of satisfaction. We had iterations every 2 weeks (Agile).
The app is doing great, more than 2500 downloads in 5 months without promoting it!
A coupom launching system.
Vendors can launch their coupons whenever they want.
Those who downloaded the app can redeem the coupon.
They get a push warning if they favorited that vendor.
A price consulting system, feed by the crowd by scanning purchase receipts.
Don't you always feel like you are paying more?
Oniprice should get you the lowest good's price for you. Based on the crowd's input, by scanning their recipts.
So users scan their receipts, the barcode number and price data are recognized and go to Oniprice's database.
Then everyone can search for specific products and make their lists, choosing the supermarket with the lowest price!
A simple CRM for private teachers.
Add students, create classes, simple agenda, register payments and also a free-time grid.
So after the iPront was done, I reused good part of the code to build the iProfe.
Well, this was supposed to be a success...
Stands for "Crowdsource Reporter"
It is a system where you submit photos of incidents you captured, like fires, car crashes etc.
I've built it with Codeigniter (PHP) and mySQL. It took me about 7 months to complete it.
But I never launched... :-(
Actually Apple decliend it, recommending to be a webapp...
The site is still active... maybe someday...