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Robot Fruit Found & CEO Thomas Vieweg on The Big Biz Show
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This entry was posted in Uncategorized on June 27, 2013 .

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A Robot Fruit App Is The Portal To Your Customer Loyalty Program
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Robot Fruit has created a platform which allows the small business owner a simple way to create a mobile app for their brand. No coding required, no fuss involved. We’ve said it before, and we stand by it: today a mobile presence is absolutely essential for a business to succeed. The proliferation of mobile devices continues to cascade across the tech landscape; the smartphones are becoming smarter; tablets are replacing desktops; and in some cases replacing laptops and our need for and reliance on these devices are becoming more and more ingrained within our daily routines.

There are many Robot Fruit apps out there in the digital world, across many different industries. We’ve seen apps for restaurants, bars, holistic healing centers and many more. Solidifying a mobile presence is the first step and the logical leap is now learning how to maximize the full spectrum and potential of the Robot Fruit platform. Consumers want to be rewarded for their loyalties. Robot Fruit provides the platform to accomplish this with ease.

R-Cubed, our referrals, rewards and reporting system, is essentially what our app platform is built for. The app is a vehicle for your brand; it provides a much needed mobile presence, as well as a highly functional customer loyalty program and content management system, the customer loyalty program is the crux of the Robot Fruit platform. When a business owner utilizes the functionality of our R-Cubed services, they’re gaining the momentum and potential needed to push the boundaries¬† of their marketing efforts.

Robot Fruit strives to provide our clients with all the appropriate tools they need to succeed in their customer loyalty program and mobile marketing ventures. We’re here to help. Please contact info@robotfruit.com with any questions, concerns, or just to say hello.

 

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This entry was posted in Robot Fruit on June 26, 2013 .

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Looking Beyond the Apple WWDC 2013
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This past Monday saw the highly anticipated Apple WWDC 2013.¬† Among the reveals were the announcement of iOS7, a new Macbook Pro and Macbook air, Apple’s streaming radio and an updated OS X.

iOS7 shows a very clean, flat design that breaks away from the traditional look iOS versions have seen over the last several years. At first glance it almost looks like a hybrid of the Windows & Android operating systems (many critics slammed Apple for this aesthetic choice) but Apple is always innovating so the finished product is sure to be just as proprietary as everything else related to their brand. The new OS shows a number of new features beyond the visuals, among them are iCloud Keychain a new security feature that stores sensitive data across shared devices, an upgraded Safari browser with new swipe gestures akin to the mobile Firefox and Chrome browsers, automatic app updates (which will have its own pros and cons) and new gesture based command prompts.

One thing that was not discussed at WWDC, but flying through the rumor mill regardless, is that iOS7 will introduce the Apple Mobile Wallet to its collection of apps. Mobile wallets are not a new thing, with Google having approached and executed the concept nearly two years ago. The app allows a user to store their credit cards, debit card, customer loyalty cards and gift cards all in one place allowing for very convenient payment options.  Apple has played around with this concept with their Passbook app, but If the rumors are true and they are entering virtual wallet arena proper, this could be a huge boon for Apple and for its user base.

Many are saying that the mobile wallet experience is more than just another payment option. It has the potential to become a user experience unto itself. With the possibility of Apple including a mobile wallet app within its next iOS update, we’ll see how deep the experience can go.

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This entry was posted in Tech News on June 12, 2013 .

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