appcatch.com has created a new paradigm in the way medium and small businesses compete in the mobile marketing space. For companies with minimal marketing budgets, little or no tech know-how, and an indomitable DIY spirit, tools like the free app marketplace at appcatch.com have leveled the playing field.
Since its debut in June of 2012, tens of thousands of DIY app builders have launched an app on appcatch.com. Many of these are small to medium size businesses that previously were unable to take part in the new mobile marketing trend.
A New York City limousine service with a unique collection of vehicles uses its app for customer outreach and service.
Jet Door Limo boasts the first stretch limousine with "jet doors" and one of the first to use a mobile application on appcatch.com to stretch its outreach to customers and potential clients. The new mobile app allows customers to reserve their ride by style, type, color, and number of passengers. The app, optimized for iPhone and Android smartphones, also has photos of each of its customized limos and a coupon element that offers specific discounts on select cars.
Midgley Electric, located in Newark, Ohio is utilizing its new app to help with customer service. Through the app, customers can contact the company and even schedule a request for a quote. The app also highlights the company's social media outlets from Facebook to LinkedIn, all essential tools in any small business tool box.
A recent survey done by J2Global showed that new business tools like appcatch have resulted in close to forty percent of all small business owners using mobile apps to varying degrees to help run their small business enterprises. So which sectors of the small business world are pushing the envelope when it comes to mobile applications? Restaurants and food service companies are on the leading edge.
The category is well-represented on appcatch with places like The Dockside Grill on Lake Lanier on northern Georgia. The Dockside uses its app to showcase menu items, hours of operation, live music schedules, and even to deliver coupons. That way, fans of the place can maybe get some free jalapeno poppers with their Cajon Oyster Po' Boy.
Appcatch was developed as free app market for users of the DIY app builder appsbar.com and has expanded to include all app developers who wish to see their projects in the global distribution channel. By making appcatch open to all app builders and app lovers, the company has furthered its goal of truly democratizing the app building and app user experience. Users can upload any HTML5 app that has been developed or download any app in the appcatch app market for free. By design, appcatch is device and operating system agnostic, so HTML5 apps from appcatch are available to operate on Android, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Windows Phone.
Join now and start downloading your favorite apps or uploading the apps you've developed and immediately share them with your social networks. Do you have an app idea but not sure how to get it from the idea stage to completion? Use the free app builder at appsbar.com and upon completion your app will automatically be included in the dynamic new appcatch marketplace.