We believe deeply in our city and are proud advocates of its culture. In the spirit of this we are happy to share with you a big new update to Louisville Love. We’ve teamed up again with Aaron Marshall and his team at Over to bring you some remarkable new features that we really think you’ll enjoy. Louisville Love 1.1 was rebuilt from the ground up and crafted with your best experience in mind. In the future we plan to add even more artwork for you to share on your favorite pictures of this city. Louisville Love Now Features:
We love Louisville. Since we opened our doors at Forest Giant we’ve seen a lot of positive change in the community, and is something we are proud to be a part of.
Haiku® with SenseME™ technology by Big Ass Fans® is the world’s first smart ceiling fan. Our latest smartphone app for the Kentucky-based company brings full control of this high-tech work of functional art into the palm of your hand. You can adjust the fan’s speed and light settings or select from several unique control modes. Schedule alarms down to the minute with any combination of fan, light and sound. If you would like to learn more, or see our press kit, please contact us.
MESA is our original game of strategy and friendly domination. In MESA users carefully select tiles to fuse powers in head-to-head matches over Game Center. It’s a game that we’ve had brewing for over a year, and we couldn’t be more EXCITED by how well it’s being received.
At Forest Giant, a mobile app development company in Louisville, Kentucky, We’re always keeping a watchful eye on the latest trends. Our ATO (Around the Office) posts are designed to be a little peak behind the curtain of what we are talking about. Whether it’s a new iPhone app, a new technology for development, or some hardware that we’re excited to try out. Here’s what we’re talking about this week.
We’re pretty big fans of Dropbox here at the office. A few of us also use Mailbox . Today Dropbox made a number of announcements such as new updates to their iOS apps, a new android and desktop app for Mailbox, and an unveiling of the latest addition to their family Carousel . The new app presents a refreshed way to look at your photos as well the promise of them always being backed up to your Dropbox account. In many ways the features resemble Apple’s photo stream. Only time will tell if Dropbox will continue to provide a way to set it apart. We definitely think its worth checking out, especially if you’re already a Dropbox user. If you on the fence about Carousel, check out the video below.