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kare anderson

Beth
might you have meant compilation rather than complication?
:-)

Matt Koltermann

There's certainly a growing need for nonprofits to have a mobile outreach and engagement strategy!

Something to be aware of, though, is that Apple is cracking-down on apps (and "cookie-cutter" app makers) like this that don't really leverage the iPhone as a platform and only pull in RSS content. Here's a great TechCrunch post about this.

Designing an application that leverages the mobile context in unique and engaging ways is definitely a big challenge, though -- particularly for resource-strapped nonprofits.

Eacmpbll

Just downloaded it and I'm very excited! I have no cell phone service so I'll post on my blog what I think later.

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impotenta

@kare anderson: Indeed Beth was hurrying and she typed complication :)))

Farra Trompeter

Beth--

This is fabulous. I love the idea of aggregating some of my fave nonprofit blogs in one place, right on my phone. This is going to make my morning commute even better!

As you update the app, please consider Big Duck's Duck Call blog (www.bigducknyc.com/blog) for future inclusion. As you know, we blog 2-3x/week on various nonprofit communications, social media, fundraising, and other topics of interest.

Be well!

Daniel Odio-Paez

Beth, this is Daniel, co-founder of AppMakr. I hope the app was a hit! We'd be happy to talk to any non profits out there. Just contact us from the www.AppMakr.com website.

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