Big Names Grace Conduit’s App Platform
ADOTAS – The stars are coming out for Conduit, both a toolkit for building web and mobile apps and a network of mobile and app publishers with more than 260,000 members and a reach of 230 million uniques. Here are some big names that just took advantage of Conduit’s platform:
Travelocity just constructed a travel app for hooking up users with vaction pakages, flight and hotel deals.
The Weather Channel developed an app for on-demand weather reports in a user’s region.
Venus Williams’ new toolbar enables fans to receive images, videos and news updates on all major browsers.
AOL Latino built an app to deliver Spanish-language news, sports and entertainment — as well as a shopping component.
“These last few months have marked incredible growth in the Conduit Network of publishers and users,” said Conduit President Adam Boyden. “Our easy-to-use platform is in demand across industries as diverse as professional sports, travel, charities, gaming, education, and medical. The addition of these offerings from truly global brands speaks volumes about the growing influence and power of Conduit.”
In February, Conduit introduced a mobile platform for creating, developing, publishing, promoting and (hold on, let me take a breath) managing mobile apps across various platforms. Best part? It’s free. Some of the plentiful publishers that use the Conduit App Marketplace are Major League Baseball, Groupon, Zynga, Fox News and TechCrunch.
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