Suri.me, Skimm, Drinkon.me, DocNow … Focus on 4 new mobile applications
Suri.me develops scratch cards on mobile, Drinkon.me : to pay for trips to bars, Skimm : mobile payment in all its forms, DocNow : new health assistant 2.0… A look back at four new mobile applications.
Suri.me develops scratch cards on mobile
Developed by the start-up Fidzup, Suri.me is presented as “the first scratch card on mobile” which allows mobile users to be rewarded for each visit to the store, without any obligation to purchase. IPhone app proposes to consumer to go to a point of sale to play and unlock items. At the rate of one game per day and per brand, the consumer can win a gift or a voucher, thanks to the combination of unlocked items. For its launch, Suri.me offers to win Le Petit Ballon and Mustache Cookies products and also offers the possibility of making donations on Ulule.
Drinkon.me: to pay for your bars rounds
The new iPhone app Drinkon.me allows mobile users to buy drinks tours worth € 20, in a selection of 25 Parisian bars and benefit from good deals and discounts. Indeed, on each tour, Drinkon.me offers its users 8 €. To use Drinkon.me, all you have to do is show the application on your mobile to the bartender when paying and he will deduct € 20 from the addition of drinks.
Skimm! mobile payment in all its forms
Skimm! is a new mobile payment solution allowing transactions of a different nature to be carried out from a single application. Already downloadable on the App Store and soon available on Android, the application allows you to make person-to-person money transfers, payments in stores, boutiques, restaurants as well as on eCommerce sites. online. Skimm! also integrates loyalty programs including promotional offers, coupons, event ticketing and other marketing services. After a first launch in beta version, the team of Skimm! has already made a commitment to pilot merchants located in several districts of the city of Paris.
DocNow: new health assistant 2.0?
UP MEDIA has just announced the release of DocNow, a “health” application on iPhone allowing users to access personalized medical information via an interactive and dynamic questionnaire. Based on a calculation algorithm and a database developed by qualified doctors, the application asks a series of questions.
Based on the responses given by the user, the application analyzes all diseases and establishes a real-time probability score that allows them to select some and eliminate others. Over the course of the responses, the selection is refined until the most probable disease is obtained. It is then possible to consult the Wikipedia file of the pathology then to locate and contact a doctor directly from the application (via geolocation). In short, an application that could well torment more than one hypochondriac …