Mobile Apps To Give A Facelift To Social Awareness

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Bangalore: After social networking sites, mobile apps are the in-thing to spread awareness about social events. From the largest music festival with 100,000 attendees to an intimate wedding with 100 guests, event planners are finding new ways to organize, plan, and promote their events with the growing popularity of smartphones--through mobile apps.

Creating mobile apps is the next step in the "social awareness" process. Event apps designed for meeting attendees and to answer these questions and more are suddenly popping up online in app store and marketplaces all over the web.

India against corruption

Mobile Apps To Give A Facelift To Social Awareness

An app developed to fight corruption--after the furore over anti-corruption by Anna Hazare--gives the users the latest news, real streaming videos, polling, Q&A and events. The app has had about 10,000 installs till date.

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