AppTrailers - iOS and Android Pay Per Install

  App Trailers pays you for watching trailers of Android and iOS apps. The app offers pay per install program for app developers. Users can preview 'Video Trailers' of apps, celebrity gossip, DIY videos and get points which they can redeem with PayPal cash, iTunes, Google Play Store, Amazon gift codes, Starbucks and many more. The company later on also added Trivia to the app and users are rewarded for playing trivia! Over 10,000 questions and more were added every day. The app is very easy to use. You just need to download and install the app on your mobile device. After you are done installing the app, you can create an account using your email address. Once the account is confirmed you are ready to start. You can start watching the videos and earning points. You can earn between 5-10 points for watching a video and need 5000 points to earn a $5 gift card, which means you have to watch at least 1000 app videos to earn $5. In our opinion this is a substantial effort from u

Photosmith App- You photography workflow for mobile [Grand Tour]

Thousands of professional and enthusiast photographers rely on Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom™ to keep their photos organized.  Photosmith bridged the gap between the power of Lightroom and the portability of the iPad. Photosmith app emerged as the mobile companion for Adobe Lightroom. Photosmith was the first iOS application to enable a mobile RAW workflow for photographers using Adobe Lightroom. A detailed preview of features of the Photosmith App: Import in the field With a Camera Connector Kit or an Eye-Fi card you can load photos from your camera onto the iPad, and import them right in Photosmith. Organize on the road Sort, rate, and tag your photos on the plane or while the model’s getting her hair touched up. Stars, labels, keywords and copyright info – one at a time or a thousand at once. Sync with Lightroom Wirelessly beam photos from your iPad into your Lightroom library, including RAW files – or sync your backlog to your iPad, to sort through them on th


 Founded by Havard Alums Sarah Paiji and Jinhee Kim, Snapette helped discover local fashion from the convenience of your palm. Snapette App offered a location-based approach to designer fashion. Users upload snaps of their favorite pieces and tag them by brand and store. Browse the photos and see where items were purchased, or peruse offerings from participating stores near you. The company completed the prestigious 500 Startups accelerator program in Silicon Valley, and went on to raise $1.5 million in funding from Accel Partners, Forerunner Ventures and ShoeDazzle founder Brian Lee before getting acquired by price grabber in 2013.  Snapette offered real-time alerts on your phone about new stores, special discounts and exclusive giveaways from over 750 designer brands & stores. The app's product catalogue included items from thousands of global brands and retailers. This app offered the perfect shopping tool not just for the NYC fashionista, but also for shoppers from Alaska t