Team London, the Mayor’s volunteering program for London, makes it quick and easy for Londoners to give their time, find volunteering opportunities and do great things for their city. Whether it’s cleaning up the environment or volunteering at one of the capital’s great events, Team London mobilizes the community spirit and enthusiasm of Londoners to make a difference. To make it easier for Londoners to fit volunteering into their lives, Team London has launched London’s first Speed Volunteering App!
Blue Label Labs, Co-Founder & CTO, Bobby Gill recently contributed a guest post to the Invision blog entitled, “7 Things to Know about Designing for Virtual and Augmented Reality”. Invision is “the world’s leading prototyping, collaboration & workflow platform”. The Blue Label Labs team uses the Invision platform for all of our clients’ prototyping needs.
The Virtual Fantasy League is the world’s most entertaining mobile fantasy sports game and leads the social daily fantasy sports revolution. Virtual Fantasy League is reinventing the way sports fans play daily fantasy and engage with the sports they love in a risk-free game accessible to all.
You may not know it, but there’s an incredible team of really cool, very awesome, entrepreneurial-driven creators, technologists, developers and visionaries behind the apps that get created here at Blue Label Labs. As a part of an on-going installment, we will be periodically featuring some of the exceptional talent beyond the #Slack channels of Blue Label Labs team.
Research firm, Clutch, has named Blue Label Labs as one of the top agencies in New York City for Mobile App Development.
Virtual Reality app development costs vary depending on a number of factors. While much of the costs are dependent on the type of VR content, other components will have a role in determining the full cost of your project. There are four essential components that you will have to consider before starting your VR project and each will have their own separate costs and considerations: Content, Headsets, Software & Distribution. Check-out the infographic!
For the first time ever Apple will open up its iMessage app to third party developers. At Apple’s June 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, much of the conference was dedicated to what changes are coming within the iMessage app. One of the most notable changes was the introduction of sticker packs, allowing developers to create their very own form of enhanced, animated emojis. What’s also interesting, but has been less talked about, is how additional features, including interactive messaging and in-line app attribution, will help to drive more traffic and engagement for your apps and overall brand.