Today, MediaWorks launched an improved version of its 3Now app, which now features a fresh look and upgraded functionality. We chat to MediaWorks chief information and product officer Tom Cotter about what users and advertisers alike can expect from the revamp.
Marketing, advertising & media intelligence
Mobile marketing agency Mobile Embrace is set to enable another campaign that makes the most of banners on hand-held devices, this time with a trailer for the movie I Frankenstein.
I launched my first app on the Apple App Store towards the beginning of May. It's a Newsstand magazine app called Aucklandia, which shows some of my street photography work and little stories about each photo. I'm taking the opportunity to share with you what I've learned in my first month as a bona fide app developer.
A round up of the news from Google's I/O conference, including news of a new streaming music service, redesigns everywhere, map goodness and tools for frazzled Android developers.
Apple smartphones are on the decline while Samsung's star is burning brighter, but the iPhone and iPad manufacturer is still leaps and bounds ahead of competitors in New Zealand, according to mobile ad network InMobi.
It's a good year for TVNZ's digital team with the launch of its iOS apps, a partnership with a major TV manufacturer and now 3 million video streams on its Ondemand service.
Listen: Airbnb user design experience manager Jenny Arden on design building trust, design-thinking and designer-founders
Like Eldorado, the fountain of youth and a decent cup of coffee at midnight – achieving inbox zero is a goal many set out on, but very few ever achieve. Mailbox App for iPhone (free from the Apple App Store) helps those on their own journeys to an uncluttered email account, using sleek software which makes you look at Apple's native Mail client with disdain.
Digital Arts Network's Ross Howard talks about the year-long development of TVNZ's OnDemand app, building an in-app advertising platform, and the possibilities of integrating major social elements into the product in the near future.
It's been more than a year in the making, but TVNZ has finally launched its OnDemand app for iOS, meaning Shortland Street and Seven Sharp is now viewable across iPhone and iPad.
TVNZ's frustrated tech savvy fans of shows like Shortland St for many years by not providing an iOS version for Ondemand, but the wait is almost over with a launch slated for later this month. StopPress takes a quick look at the app which was demoed last night.
Shortland Street fans rejoice. Now you can do your on-demand catching up with the gang from the big screen. Mobile screen fans to get some love in February.