The year 2017 was an exciting one overall! As it’s time to finally part ways with it, we tried giving it a decent amount of send-off treats. We at Appdupe, came together to give away some meaningful wrap to the year.
We organized a couple of events some of which passionately resonated with happy endings, goodwill gestures, doing sensible things and so many of these. What on earth is more important than making people feel great about themselves? This we thought can be achieved if we make people realize that as humans we all depend on each other for great things to be brought on board.
“Together we can break and make things”
Hence we corroborated themed face-offs, where each team (designers, marketers, engineers, data analysts and sales experts) had to conceptualize and pictorially represent their ‘Idea for a change’. Given a day and a half for ideation, execution and submission, we gathered a good set of photographs loaded with exceptional visionaries.
“We saw sheer optimism in all of them”
Also, here are the flicks we took during the time of showdown events exhibiting each of their purpose and the stance they claimed between the panel of judges.
What you see is what we did – Fun factors and more!
At AppDupe, we know that our customers are Entrepreneurs and keeping them succeeding is what will make us stronger. So, we promise you, Life Time Updates free of charge. Yes, we know that Apple and Google keep coming out with new versions of their mobile OS's and other companies we clone from also keep updating their features and UX to stay up-to-date. We will take care of that for you, leaving you to do what you do best, Win!
Is this legal?
PicMix and PicYou are almost exact clones of Instagram. MyCityDeal and Wimdu are clones of Groupon and AirBnB respectively. The only thing companies can patent is methodology for achieving an action or leading to an end point. If you can figure out another way to do that, without infringing on other's IP, you totally can. We could, so we did.
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