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Amver, there’s an app for that!


Are you trying to keep track of the rescue news, blog posts, Twitter stream, and other social media products Amver dishes out to you? No need to worry because today we announce the launch of our application on iTunes!

Compatible with the iPhone and soon to be released iPad, the Amver app combines our blog posts and Twitter stream in a single source. Why does an international search and rescue program need an iPhone app? Because the way information is delivered and consumed is evolving. C.C. Chapman, who recently launched his own iPhone application, stated on his blog that he wanted an easy one click way for people to get his content. C.C. is not alone. Chris Brogan also launched an iPhone application of all his content.

Besides the blog we engage our customers on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube. Having an application that begins to aggregate these different spaces into one place seems like a natural way forward.

As more people leverage mobile based technology it will be the rule, rather than the exception, for organizations to have a presence in the mobile space. The launch of the Amver iPhone application ensures our program has a foothold in the future.

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Benjamin Strong

Hmm, 2010 MAY be the year of the Gov App! We looked at it from the standpoint that it may open up our products to a new consumer. The person that may not use RSS feeds or email subscriptions but would rather touch a logo and connect. As the iPad comes into play these types of apps will be more important.

What do you think?

Benjamin Strong

Building it was easy. We used appmakr.com and simply filled in the blank fields. They were great! We are already planning an “upgrade’ but it will still be free!