ISBX built Linktune App to debut at Techcrunch Disrupt
Linktune, a social music sharing app, will be demoing the Beta version of their app during TechCrunch’s Disrupt San Francisco Event
(September 8–10th) in hopes of competing as an entrant into “Startup Battlefield,” a competition of the top 15 companies chosen from the hundreds of attendees at Startup Alley.
Linktune is designed to allow individuals to contribute music, from their library of songs, to a master playlist from the convenience of their mobile devices. The mobile app, conceived by Alex Plueger and designed and developed at ISBX, allows users to contribute music from various music sources such as their iTunes playlist and Spotify account into a single collaborative session. The session host can invite friends or open up the session to the public, allowing anyone with the app, the ability to stream music content from their own accounts. The app also includes advanced playlist management features such as voting, to ensure that only the most popular songs get to the top of the playlist.
ISBX helps startups build and launch their apps
This would not be the first time ISBX has participated in the launch of startup app, earlier this year DYP, designed and developed by ISBX for Sam Zaribian and Robert Nunn, made headlines on the front page of Yahoo.com
during its launch, receiving tens of thousands of downloads in the days proceeding.
ISBX also participated in the soft-launch of Citiblast, at Hollywood nightclub Ohm, along with DJ Felli Fel and a slew of party-goers shuttled in on busses from as far south as Irvine, CA.
ISBX has particular expertise in designing and developing apps for investment-backed startups — and continues to leverage it’s expertise in designing and architecting cutting edge mobile technology from the ground up. To learn more about our mobile application development services, please connect with us
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