The Evolution of Hot or Not

January 26, 2014 by  
Filed under Beauty and Fashion, Front Page

Hot or Not Screen shot

Hot or Not

Starting a website with one idea and then changing It over time is usually a lose-lose situation. Many time when a website does this, it loses all it’s original fans and has a hard time gathering new fans. This is not the case with Hot or Not.

Hot or Not was originally a photo rating website. People would upload their photos and readers who visited the blog could rate the hotness of each photo. Real people submitted read photos. It was organic and fun. Your rating would quickly show up and you could see how other people voted.

Over time Hot or Not became a bona fide dating MeetMe. Not only could you still rank the photos but also click yes or no if you wanted to meet the person. There is also an online app and the ability to sign in via Facebook. The app is free and available for both IPhones and Android phones. Use this link to download the app:  http://www.tryhotornot.com

Hot or Not ratings

Hot or Not Rating

Not only can you find out how hot you are but you can also meet the people who think you are hot. It’s a simple yet effective way for people to connect. It is simple and quick to sign up. You are not filling out a questioner that takes 3 days to complete and it works. With the Facebook integration on your phone you can quickly catch up on who you would like to know better and find out who has been looking at you too. You can chat with them online or offline. You can make your own choices, the website does not interfere and choose who you can date or have access to. It’s all between the two people involved. Which is the whole point! Bringing people together is the purpose of Meetme. It’s all easy and fun.

Check out the Hot or Not new app in a familiar area, FACEBOOK!

https://www.facebook.com/TryHotOrNot

And to make your dating life even more fun, you could win $1,000 in their sweepstakes here http://www.apptism.com/sweepstakes

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Mobile apps market

October 15, 2013 by  
Filed under A Note for You, Front Page

Image representing Apple as depicted in CrunchBase

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Mobile apps market: iOS vs Android vs Windows Phone

There are always such brands, which wage war on one another across IT-technologies globe. Like Mac and PC are the main competitors in the sphere of microcomputers, Android, iOS and Windows Phone are the starting points in mobile market.

According to the second quarter 2013 report from Strategy Analytics, gross volume of smartphone shipments reached the height of 230 million devices. The major market share belongs to Android (80 per cents). At the same time Apple iOS has only 14 per cents, which is the lowest since 2010.

What is the reason for such a trend?

This state of things is reasoned by mature Android’s app store. It gets a long start over Apple’s iOS app store due to competitive licensing costs, firstly. To be blunt, Google store offers more or less free downloading of Android applications.

Sidesplitting fact is that Microsoft reached the highest sales performance mark over three last years – 4 per cents of the market. At first sight, this figure is miserable. But we should take into account stability of Microsoft progress in comparison with Apple. As likely as not Windows Phone gets the second line in smartphones top-list at an early date. It is proved by growing interest of developers to Windows Phone applications.

Apple is really asleep at the wheel staying focused on production of expensive high-class smartphones. Sure, they are popular in developed countries like USA or some members of EU.  However, Apple’s top-management would better listen to analysts who called upon low-cost product development.

Now, they only have to stare after Android’s leaving train which appeared to be more democratic. Inasmuch as no one should get a swelled head and injure feelings of customers who can’t afford tasting sweet of deluxe iOS and Apple.

By an IT consulting and mobile application development company

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