Coming Soon From Team Teks…

By | February 9, 2016
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The New Year has really started off on an interesting note for Teknowledge Software. We signed off 2015 with the start of our second branch in India, at Pune – and from the first week of 2016, we have been getting a large number of app project requests of varying nature. Our Android and iPhone app developers are currently working on 18 different projects. Several new apps are lined up for app store submission within the next couple of weeks. Here’s a lowdown of some of the latest mobile applications that we will be releasing soon at the Apple App Store (and Google Play Store, if applicable):

 

  • WordZee – This one is a fun iPhone word game, for users of practically all ages. The gameplay is simple enough: a few words are provided, and players have to find them from the given word maze. Where the WordZee app really stands out is its sheer excitement factor and the feel of competitiveness it brings on. Every mobile word search game comprises of 3 rounds (between the user and the opponent who joins) and the objective is to find all the words before the opponent manages to do so. Words can be selected by swiping horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Our graphic designing team has lent a lively, playful touch to the layout of this app, and it is currently in the testing stage.

“WordZee keeps things simple, and I believe that’s precisely what will make the app popular to all users. You have to find words from the maze, find them quick, and maybe learn some new words in the process too. It should be a wonderful game to brush up observational skills and, of course, general alertness levels.”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • RST – Another cool game with letters and words. RST is a unique mobile typing app – created for both the iOS and Android platforms. Players are given a small piece of text (3-4 lines; 90-100 characters) and an accompanying picture – and they have to type it (correctly!) before all the other competitors. Coins are awarded to winners, and with the accumulated coins – a user can enter the competition to win the attractive big prizes on offer. Interestingly, even those who do not manage to win typing games but at least finish the game within the stipulated time have the chance to earn coins. As per the advice from the client, we have included a feature via which users can win 100 coins by completing their profiles on RST. By using the ‘Recruit Minions’ (which, in essence, is just like an ‘Invite Friends’ tab) feature, there are coins to be won too. The excitements of mobile typing speed games and the chance to win the daily big prizes – this app has it all.

“RST is a pure, unadulterated delight. Personally, I love typing speed challenges – and the way in which this app combines such typing games with the excitements of a lottery-like challenge for big awards is nothing short of brilliant. I’ll be frank…I am looking forward to playing the game myself as soon as it is released at the stores.”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • FlyPal CRS – Also made with cross-platform compatibility (iOS and Android), FlyPal CRS is our very first application that is meant exclusively for the aviation industry. There is a systematic hierarchical structure followed in the app – Administrators/Admin, Operators, Crews – in decreasing order of authority. Admin-s and operators can view the real-time status of any crew member at any point in time, view the latter’s details, and can easily get in touch with them (via voice call or email). There is a handy documentation storage feature in the FlyPal CRS app as well – and Graph Reports on different things (for instance, the total flight time of a pilot in the last 30 days) can be checked. The app is one-of-its-kind, and we have real high hopes from it.

“FlyPal CRS is all about removing the information bottlenecks and communication problems that often tend to plague the aviation industry. The app facilitates quick viewing of flight crew status, and makes sure that senior authorities can contact crew personnel as and when required. The screen appearances, in-app navigation and the usage flow of the app are all carefully planned – and I fully expect FlyPal to soar high, just as its targeted users do!”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • DBT – After the super-success of I Can Be Anything, DBT is set to be our next big self-help app. Created for iPhone handsets (iOS 7, iOS 8 and iOS 9), this one serves as a very handy personal mobile diary companion app. Users can create lists of their ‘Skills’ and ‘Crisis’, and update them on a daily basis. Skill lists can be created, and individuals have the option of rating their skills (on a scale of 5). For a better understanding of the available details, graphs and charts can be viewed – directly on the app screens. The DBT self-help application pays attention to personal health issues as well. Users can upload and keep track of their regular medications and key health parameters (for regular monitoring). Emergency contact numbers and a special ‘Crisis Number’ can be stored too.

“Our mobile app company has worked on a fair few self-help apps, and I would rank DBT as one of the finest among them. It really works wonders as an all-aspects-covered application, tracking all types of stuff – right from skills and everyday problems, to health metrics, custom skill lists, and regular diary card entries. There are lots of benefits of this app – as I am sure its users will soon find out.”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • Fuel Up – Vehicle owners would love this little iOS fuel recharging app. It rids users of the worries of running out of fuel during drives, and running out of ideas too when there are no petrol stations nearby. With the help of device GPS, Fuel Up displays all other fellow-drivers in the locality, and as soon as a fuel request is put up – one of them would respond, get in touch, deliver the required petrol and collect the payment. A driver can even select how quickly (s)he needs the fuel delivery (quicker deliveries involve higher payments). The Fuel Up iPhone app can be used for getting fuel delivered to vehicles at remote locations too. People can also register as fuel-suppliers (‘Staff’) on the app. They need to take the required permits from Admins and City Managers, before starting to help out other drivers with fuel.

“I will never be too far from a fuel station – now that’s a wonderful feeling for any driver. Fuel Up provides exactly that assurance to users. Whenever petrol is running low, a user can simply launch the app, seek fuel from drivers nearby, purchase fuel from them, and get their car tanks filled. It’s easy to use, and it’s great to have during a long ride!”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • 365 Deal – This is an exclusive seller’s app, optimized for the iOS platform. Users can create and share their advertisements on the app. Two different types of ads – Premium Ads and Regular Ads – are displayed on the 365 Deal application, and a credit system is followed for managing the number of advertisements posted by every individual seller. Every ad has a proper title, description and image(s) – and they are listed under the appropriate categories and sub-categories. The overall flow of the app is extremely user-friendly, and interested buyers can get in touch with sellers directly (via message, chat or voice call). A cool mobile application to bolster the visibility levels of advertised products.

“An app with loads of ads can be a visual mess. No such risks with the 365 Deal app though. We spent a fair bit of time while deciding how ads will be displayed on the app screen, and while testing – we cross-checked to ensure that user-experience is not hampered in any way. The notifications system would be of help to sellers using the app too.”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • BableBark – A great app for all the pet-owners out there. BableBark can be paired with a Misfit Flash Device, to track the fitness levels of the four-legged companions of users (the device has to be hung on the their necks). Three parameters – No. of steps, Kilometers covered, and Calories Burnt – are monitored under the ‘Activities’ goal, while ‘Weight’ and ‘Medical’ are the two other goals tracked by this innovative iPhone pet care app. The fitness of animal companions matter, and BableBark lets users take care of their pets in the best possible way.

“Awareness levels about pet health and fitness are rising, and BableBark is a fine, fine app in this regard. From regular pet medications and vaccinations, to using the app with a misfit device…flash or shine…to monitor fitness – this app is an ideal pet caretaker for dogs and cats and other pet animals. Even their sleep quality can be tracked!”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

  • Looops – A campus poll app that promises fun, excitement, and oodles of laughter. After signing up, users can start ranking their friends on various polls (‘hottest’, ‘most stylish’, funniest’, etc.). To enhance user-convenience levels, our iPhone developers have made the login system to Looops via Instagram – and friends are fetched on the basis of their 5 latest photos on the social image-sharing network. The ranks on different polls are classified under 3 heads – ‘My School’, ‘Local Feed’ and ‘Greek Life’. Rankings from other ‘Local Schools’ can also be viewed. All the poll criteria are determined from backend. Looops will also come real-time chat messaging option with friends.

“Looops is one of those rare mobile campus apps that really capture the fun factor of college or university life. There are so many polls…each on a different criteria…and each user can rank his or her friends based on these parameters. I mean, what’s there not to like about an iPhone poll app that lets you order your buddies on the basis of their hotness, or style quotient, or any other such interesting criterion?”

– Hussain Fakhruddin

There are quite a few other interesting app projects we are working on now, but let’s conclude this list here. All of the above-mentioned apps should arrive at the app store(s) by the end of this quarter, and we are more than confident about their success.

Teks Mobile has been transforming good app ideas into great mobile applications for a decade now. 2016 has started out on a really promising note, and we look forward to working on many exciting new projects over the next few months.

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Hussain Fakhruddin is the founder/CEO of Teknowledge mobile apps company. He heads a large team of app developers, and has overseen the creation of nearly 600 applications. Apart from app development, his interests include reading, traveling and online blogging.
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