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Mobivery

MOBIVERY (Mobility Everywhere) is a fast growing and leading Spanish start up focused on designing, and developing mobile applications for corporate customers, in Spain and abroad. Mobivery is a certified development partner in all major mobile platforms: iPhone, Palm Pre, Google Android. 

With over 250 apps in its portfolio, Mobivery has exceeded 10 M dowloands, both through corporate projects and proprietary apps. 

Mobivery currently employs 40 professionals in its Madrid, Barcelona and Seville offices, and plans to agressively expand in Spain and Internationally in the next monhts. 

iPediatric, the pediatrician’s office for iPhone

iPediatric, the pediatrician’s office for iPhone

 

Edicions Tarongeta, S.L. has launched a new version of iPediatric in the AppStore. iPediatric is an application that allows parents to know the level of risk of symptoms and anomalous signs found on their lactating babies (0 to 12 months). Furthermore, the app provides recommednations on how to deal with them without making a diagnosis. iPediatric is a friendly and intuitive app completely fully developed in Spain.

 

Features of iPediatric:

 

- Registration for babies aged 0 to 12 months


Euro 2012 will have an Oracle: Octopus Paul brings back to life on the App Store

Euro 2012 will have an Oracle: Octopus Paul brings back to life on the App Store

 

Mobivery, Spanish start up focused on designing, and developing mobile applications, proudly announce the release of Zombie Paul, Paul the Octopus Oracle new version on the App Store. The original app was published on July 2010 and this update includes a completely renewed graphic design.

 


MotoGP™ commemorates its tenth anniversary with an iPad and iPhone app

MotoGP™ commemorates its tenth anniversary with an iPad and iPhone app

Relive the most significant and exciting racing events of the MotoGP decade with the MotoGP™ History App.

The official MotoGP™ History Application is an interactive and intensive look into the first ten years of the MotoGP era, from its inception into the FIM World Championship in 2002, when the former 500cc category became MotoGP with the introduction of four-stroke prototype machines, until 2011.