Catch Launches New Program to Help Capture and Share Ideas on Android Platforms
Catch.com claims to specialize in developing mobile applications that assist creative people to be more innovative. The company recently launched a program that makes it simple to capture, manage and share ideas on smartphones and tablets. Android (News - Alert) users who have downloaded the Catch app will be able to draw their ideas on their Samsung and HTC tablets and have a better visual experience. Catch will be showcasing the new sketch and NFC features at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) in Barcelona, Spain.
In a release, Andreas Schobel, chief technology officer and co-founder of Catch, said, "Catch started developing on the Android(TM) platform three years ago because of the elegance and power of its technology. We can iterate quickly and take advantage of fast-paced innovation across both smartphones and tablets made possible by the rich Android ecosystem. We're excited to add sketch functionality, and to see how NFC is transforming the way people interact with each other. Now Catch users can touch and tap to easily bring others into a collaborative space."
Catch users will also have the option of inviting their friends and colleagues to discuss ideas in collaborative spaces by just touching two NFC smartphones together. Consumers who use the latest Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich will now be able to easily capture, organize and share their ideas.
Some of the key features include Ease of capture: where you can speak your note to automatically convert into text in Catch using voice-to-text technology; Ease of organization: where notes and streams are even easier to find and sort with a unified user interface across phones and tablets and ease of sharing where users can share a Catch stream with friends or colleagues by simply touching their NFC-enabled phone
The new sketch functionality can be got by going to the Samsung (News - Alert) Apps store for Samsung Galaxy Note devices. Catch Sketch is also available on Android Market for the HTC Flyer, Evo View 4G and Jetstream tablets.
Edited by Rich Steeves