Mobile Apps


The app-etising future of business

Rahul Parekh, co-founder and CEO of EatFirst, explains the importance of start-ups being tech savvy.


Do you need a business app?

The mobile app industry is one of the world's largest growth markets. How can your business go app-happy?


Five myths of building and creating a custom app

Off-the-shelf or custom made? Here's what you need to know when considering an app for your business


Mobile game to tackle infant mortality in Africa turns to crowdfunding

A team of doctors based in Oxford and Kenya launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £100,000 to develop a game to train healthcare workers on saving lives


Mobile ticketing business Masabi raises $12m through several investors

Mastercard, Keolis and Lepe Partners join existing backers MMC Ventures to invest in global transport ticketing company.


Baby Bundle enters UK market with $1.8m seed round and Mumsnet partnership

British founders Nick and Anthony Von Christierson launched the app in the US and are now bringing it back to a British audience.


Highland Europe backs adjust with $17m investment

Money will be put toward making adjust a unified mobile data platform.


Meet Supper: The online food delivery app combining health with convenience

We caught up with Supper founder Duncan Scott about his successful July launch and keeping nutritional value at the heart of his food delivery service.


10 free apps every entrepreneur needs

Being an entrepreneur eats away at pretty much all your time and, initially, a large chunk of any savings: but with free and useful apps there is a way to fight back and regain some of those invaluable minutes and resources.


Octer launches fresh crowdfunding campaign after record first round

Mobile-based shopping centre for 200 major UK retailers is back on Seedrs after raising $1m in 24-hours last year.


Laundrapp aims to be 'Uber of laundry industry'

On-demand laundry and dry cleaning app expands into five UK cities.


Booking app Appointedd charged with growth capital

Scottish start-up Appointedd has raised £160,000 of equity investment with help from the Scottish Investment Bank and Equity Gap.