In the dog-eat-dog world of food delivery services, the landscape changes often and drastically. But one company remains unscathed. It’s Postmates, a pioneer in on-demand delivery that’s been gaining a foothold on the US market all along. There’s a lot to learn from the company if you’re looking to develop a food delivery app. And the timing is perfect, too: venture capitalists have a wolfish appetite for food delivery service initiatives. So let’s delve in the gold mine of online food delivery opportunities.
Just like a dictionary is a language in retrospect, education is a window into… the past. It’s painfully lagging behind our needs, both in content and methods. Take e-learning apps – so plentiful on the market but scarce in class. Smartphones are stigmatized as distractors, cheat devices, addictive gadgets and banned from the classroom. And that’s sad, given the potential educational apps have to offer us in schooling – time and inspiration to teachers; motivation and support to students; transparency to parents.
Snapchat has taken the world by storm and is here to stay. It’s not just a funny selfie filter app. With its amazing machine learning technology, the app is in the lead of the mobile app race. And now that it is a known fact that the Snapchat concept is working, everyone wants to repeat its success story. But the question is how. How to develop an application similar to Snapchat and how much money you’ll have to spend on it, you can find out from this article.