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Ovation app lets you rate a show in real time

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2011

A new app called Ovation aims to help productions both live and online figure out what their audience thinks. It requires no downloads, and no sign-ups on the user’s part and it’s totally free right now. The app is pretty simple is straight forward.

You just create a URL for your event. Then give your audience that URL, which they load on their smartphone. Audience members then use the on-screen slider to provide feedback. Either slide the bar up or down, because either it is good or bad. It works across a bunch of smartphones and mobile devices. So go ahead and tell these people what you think about their show.

Google may use real-time ads on old billboards in Street View

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

Those outdated billboards in Google Street View are not just outdated, but they’re an opportunity for Google, who has filed a patent entitled “Claiming Real Estate in Panoramic or 3D Mapping Environments for Advertising,”. The patent should allow them to cut out billboards shown in Street View and replace them with their own current ads.

Apparently this would be done by working with whoever owns the space. For instance a theater owner could keep the posters out front up to date at all times. We can’t think of any other way in which this would work, since they are putting ads on other people’s property without permission. It’s an interesting move by the big G.

FlightView for BlackBerry: Real-time flight tracking

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2009

FlightView for BlackBerry: Real-time flight trackingFlightView has announced its initial mobile application for BlackBerry. Those living in North America can check out real-time flight information right on their BlackBerrys, along with additional information like weather conditions. Flight status updates can be integrated with BlackBerry alerts as well so that you can have scheduled flights tied into your BlackBerry’s calendar.

Pretty darn convenient if you ask us. This will help a lot if you travel often. FlightView for BlackBerry can be purchased for $4.99 from BlackBerry App World.