Shoutem user’s community gathered on our team page probably noticed that a guy who stood there practically 24/7 is missing for few days. Well, a good news – Ilija Brajkovic is not sick and his Internet connection is fine. However, Ilija decided to take new challenges which led him away from Shoutem support and community
We have a bunch of new things in a new version. Our web developers worked hard on new features and bug fixes, and now we have version 0.58 published. Also, couple of days ago we published a new version of our Android applications, and new iPhone applications have been submitted to the appStore, and we’re
Our Android developers worked hard in the last couple of days to develop new features for our branded Android applications. These features are bringing us closer to the final version of these apps, and also to our general Android application. Here is the list of all new things: Users can now see other users profiles.
I’m very happy to present you two new members of our team: First one is Pedja Puselja. Pedja is technology evangelist from Strasbourg, France. After several years working in a web development team, he started his new career: marketing and a new media consultant. He specializes in blogs and social networks, and shares his knowledge
Here are some of the new features and bug fixes in a new version: MessageCount and NewMessageCount are now calculated dynamically. This should remove bug with „ghost“ messages in message inbox. All traces to SMS login are now removed Two additional promo pages added to NetworkProfile. AvatarProviderType set to Unknown if MemberAvatarSet is executed.
It’s a big day for us. Today we submitted our first branded Android apps to the Android Market. With Android, we decided to take a different approach. We decided to build a couple of branded apps first, and after we test them, we will build a general ShoutEm application. There will be 4 branded apps
We proudly announce that we secured $1.2M of investment from RSG Capital. We will use this investment to continue building mobile applications as well as web interface. At this moment, ShoutEm hosts more than 20.000 networks across the globe. Our biggest network is Twieber, which has more than 13.000 members. We launched a new version
As you all know, ShoutEm network administrators can use custom CSS code to make some visual changes on their network. So far, we’ve seen only minor changes, and we were very surprised when we saw Blowzer. Blowzer is “Russian Twitter” built on ShoutEm, and it has a beautiful design. Administrators changed our skin completely to